Christians condemned over the weekend an exhibition at the Haifa Museum of Art that includes a sculpture of a crucified Ronald McDonald.
Former Defense Minister Moshe Arens, one of Likud’s veteran members, died on Monday at the age of 93.
She made the comments in an interview with an pan-Arab newspaper to promote her new movie “Vox Lux.”
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, who converted Ivanka, was rejected two years ago but this time made the cut. Mazel Tov!
“There are conflicting views regarding whether companies should be doing business in the occupied territories,” Airbnb’s statement read.
The UN refugee agency for Palestinians, UNRWA, “perpetuates a status quo, is corrupt, inefficient and doesn’t help peace,” Kushner wrote.
“We will no longer be silent,” said a gay politician. “This struggle is not only about the rights of the community but on the image of the country.”
“I could feel all of these weighing on the back of my neck,” she wrote of the encounter. “I felt we both knew he was convinced that he is deserving.”
Hungarians associated with George Soros were allegedly targeted by agents of Black Cube, which also attacked accusers of Harvey Weinstein.
“We see it as the freest thing we can do is to submit to arrest at this moment,” the rabbi said.