New York Rabbi Marc Schneier two weeks ago met with Bahrain King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa in the country’s capital city of Manama. A day earlier, the Gulf Cooperation Council, a six-state body composed of Bahrain and its neighbors, had adopted a Bahraini-sponsored resolution declaring Hezbollah, the Lebanese militant group committed to Israel’s destruction, a terrorist organization.5
The Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel said religious law obligates one to kill a terrorist brandishing a knife who is trying to stab someone.7
A Boston-area Catholic school banned its students from attending a state semifinal basketball game in the wake of anti-Semitic chants made at a game against a predominantly Jewish public school.
When Israel Apartheid Week came to Columbia University in early March, there was potential for great agitation at the heavily Jewish campus.22
The Arizona state House of Representatives approved legislation that would bar state and local governments from doing business with companies that boycott Israel and its settlements.
Vandals painted anti-Semitic slogans and swastikas on a synagogue in the French city of Verdun but failed to break in.
A Russian diplomat sought to reassure Israel on Tuesday that its security would not be harmed by the winding down of Moscow’s intervention in the Syrian civil war, but Israel’s armed forces chief said the ramifications were not yet clear.
Did Donald Trump’s white supremacist problem just get a little bit smaller? A KKK leader has just retracted his endorsement of Trump and conferred it instead on Hillary Clinton, according to the Telegraph.
Unknown individuals calling themselves the “Tunisian Fallaga Team” hacked into the website of the Venice Jewish community’s library and archive and posted pro-Islamist and pro-Palestinian messages on its home page.
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