“They killed my husband for only one reason — he was a Jew.” 40 years later, Fakhri Gedooshim shares the story of her husband’s arrest and execution.
Mideast experts weigh in on whether America’s credibility as a reliable partner has been tarnished among U.S. allies.
Iranian Jewish activists expressed sympathy for the striking workers in Iran
Some Jewish community leaders in Los Angeles said American Jews should begin a new public dialogue about the Iranian regime’s human rights abuses.
A network of rabbis who work and live in the Islamic world have opted to support each other’s communities.
The Israeli prime minister, who referred to the president by his first name, showed some unease compared to his relationship with Trump.
The number is enough to block any congressional bid to block the move, which AIPAC and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu oppose.
Los Angeles-area Iranian Jewish activists are condemning Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif for his use of an antisemitic term in describing Jews during an online Farsi language interview.
The same day Biden said he wanted to revive the deal, the Iranian parliament passed a law demanding that he, well, revive the deal. Why?
Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo advised against a strike and said it would trigger a larger conflict.