A residence hall at Rowan University in southern New Jersey was vandalized with swastikas and other anti-Semitic grafitti.12
The president of the New York City borough of Queens, the New York Police Department’s chief of detectives and numerous other city officials met with Bukharian Jewish leaders about a string of arsons affecting the community of central Asian Jews.
A George Washington University student is threatening legal action after the college told him to remove a Palestinian flag from his dorm room — but the college insists it is simply enforcing rules about window decorations.6
David Bernstein, a veteran Israel advocate, will replace Rabbi Steve Gutow as president of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the group announced Monday.4
A 24-hour Ukrainian eatery that’s been a mainstay in the East Village for 60 years took top prize at the 7th Annual Latke Festival.
More than a decade after Israel and Europe rolled out 3G, Palestinians are preparing for the introduction of the mobile network, hoping better Internet access will give their economy a boost.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven withdrew his statement that the recent string of stabbing attacks in Israel do not qualify as terror.52
Five Arab-Israeli men suspected of pledging support to the Islamic State terror group have been arrested.
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