Carlos Santana is moving ahead with a performance, just days away now, in Tel Aviv — shunning public calls from the movement for the boycott, divest and sanction against Israel for him to cancel.6
Sheldon Adelson, perhaps the single most important Jewish donor to the Republican Party, showed up in Cleveland Tuesday for the party’s national convention.
The U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem issued a warning Tuesday to American citizens to “exercise caution” at the city’s gay pride parade.9
An Israeli art college removed a student’s painting from a year-end exhibit that depicted a naked woman with the face of Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.6
A 12-year-old Palestinian boy reportedly was killed by Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank.
German Jewish leaders warned that all German institutions, not just Jewish ones, should take extra precautions against terrorism in the wake of an ISIS-inspired ax attack on a train in Wurzburg.
The U.S. State Department denied that a “secret document” in the Iran nuclear deal will enable the Islamic Republic to develop nuclear weapons in just over 10 years.3
As the Pokemon Go phenomenon grows, some institutions connected to European Jewry’s darkest hour have taken precautions against it.
The UJA-Federation of New York announced Tuesday that it raised more than $207 million through its annual fundraising campaign and planned giving, bucking the decline in charitable giving to Jewish federations reported last month.
(JTA) — A Jewish candidate for a seat in the Arizona State Legislature found anti-Semitic messages spray-painted on his driveway in suburban Phoenix. Adam Stevens, 31, of San Tan, discovered a swastika and the words “Go Home Jew” on Friday morning, The Arizona Republic reported Monday. A swastika also was painted on one of Stevens’…
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