New research by the Forward has revealed that presidential adviser Sebastian Gorka’s explicit association with the Vitézi Rend, a far-right Hungarian group that is on a U.S. State Department watch list, goes back much further than previously known.
A policeman was shot dead and two others were wounded on Paris’s Champs Elysees before the gunman was killed by officers.
Two sisters from the Gaza Strip were caught hiding homemade bombs in tubes labeled “medical materials.”
The victim was attacked on the Jerusalem light rail.
U.K. Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said in a statement: “Today’s attack, which targeted the very heart of our democracy in Westminster, will serve only to unite us against the scourge of violence and terrorism.
Jewish Voice for Peace, a group already controversial among establishment Jews for its support of an Israel boycott, is attracting extra attention this month thanks to a featured speaker at its upcoming biennial conference here. Rasmea Odeh, who was convicted in 1970 for a bombing at a Jerusalem supermarket that left two dead, was to be among those addressing the group.
In his recent column (“How Bibi Played Us On The Iran Deal — And We Let Him”) Peter Beinart claims Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu duped us by hyping the threat posed by the Iran nuclear deal. But who does Beinart mean by “us”? It doesn’t take a Bibi Netanyahu to recognize the dangers the accord poses to Israel and American interests, something Beinart is somehow not even willing to concede. So let “us” review.
The Kabbalah Coach provides some ancient wisdom on this difficult subject.
The left’s confusion about what constitutes “morality” compels us to respond to Forward editor Jane Eisner’s criticism of the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) because ZOA supports President Trump’s executive order titled “Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States.”
The Montreal Holocaust Museum has issued a statement of solidarity with Canada’s Muslim population after the shooting at the Sainte-Foy mosque in Quebec City.