The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum challenged a claim by the Iranian foreign minister that Iranian government authorities had nothing to do with a Holocaust cartoon contest.
Driven to desperation by what he said have been the White House’s failures, Robert Levinson’s son traveled to Iran to seek information on his father’s whereabouts.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee opposes further sanctions relief for Iran, citing its ballistic missile tests and its continued backing for sides fighting in the region.
Meir Dagan, storied Israeli commando, general, spymaster and — in his final years — outspoken peacenik, is dead at 71.
The family of Robert Levinson, a Jewish-American man who disappeared from Iran in 2007, held a rally, calling on the U.S. and Iran to work together to get him released.
The aftershocks of the Iran nuclear deal, which tore the American Jewish community apart, are still rippling through the tranquil boulevards of Chicago’s upscale northwest suburbs.
Tehran-born and Los Angeles-based artist Angela Larian incorporates both Western and Persian philosophy into her work.
Over the weekend, Iran held its first parliamentary election since the nuclear deal and it looks like reformists are coming out on top.
The Palestinian Authority rejected an announcement by Iran saying the Islamic Republic would pay thousands of dollars to families of Palestinians killed while carrying out terror attacks against Israelis.
The U.S. Senate unanimously approved a resolution urging Iran to fulfill its pledge to help find Robert Levinson, a Jewish American who went missing in Iran in 2007.