The head of the Democratic National Committee said on Friday that the campaign of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders not only was able to view data from Hillary Clinton’s rival campaign, but apparently had downloaded it.
The French-Jewish owner of a chain of clothing stores was found guilty of discriminating against a Jewish job seeker. because he gave non-Jews, whom he could ask to work on Shabbat, preference over Jewish applicants.
France’s chief rabbi warned the country’s association of veterinarians of the “far-reaching” consequences of its recent opposition to the ritual slaughter of animals.3
Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian who tried to ram them with a car in the occupied West Bank on Friday, the military said, and the Israeli army fire killed another Palestinian during a border protest in the Gaza Strip, medics there added.
Hungary has scrapped plans to erect a statue of Balint Homan, a former World War Two government minister who supported anti-Semitism in Hungary in the 1930s and 40s, after protests from Jewish leaders.
Expectations that Turkey and Israel will restore relations after a five-year-old rift have raised hopes of speedy progress in talks to import Israeli natural gas, potentially a multi-billion-dollar project.
An Israeli mother whom a rabbinical court declared to be not Jewish said in an appeal that the judges failed to satisfactorily explain their unusual decision.8
Brandeis University announced Thursday that its next president will be Ronald Liebowitz, the former president of Middlebury College.4
Brazil is refusing to confirm Dani Dayan, who was named as Israeli ambassador to the country.32
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited the synagogue of Vladivostok in Russia’s far east shortly after its reopening.
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