(JTA) — The Anti-Defamation League called on the Huffington Post’s Arabic-language edition to remove a blog post claiming a Jewish woman poisoned the Prophet Muhammad with arsenic. The ADL has been urging the site to take down the article since shortly after it was published Nov. 29, the organization said in a press release on Thursday….
Some 2,650 Mohammeds were born in Israel in 2014, the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics said in a report released Sunday.
The line to enter New York City’s B’nai Jeshurun synagogue on Sunday night went around the block.
Robert Shillman heads a publicly traded American technology company called Cognex Corp with a market value of $4 billion. He also says he is a big supporter of last Sunday’s Prophet Mohammad cartoon contest in Texas that was attacked by two gunmen who opened fire before being shot dead by police.
Firebrand Pamela Geller is vowing to push ahead with another event showcasing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammed — even after radical gunmen attacked the first one.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the shooting attack on a Texas building housing an exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad organized by an anti-Islamic organization.
Once derided as a crackpot, Pamela Geller has a bulging budget and rising support for her anti-Islam message. After the weekend shootings in Texas, could she take center stage in a national debate over faith and freedom?
Muslim clerics in the Middle East who have denounced last week’s attack on Charlie Hebdo criticized the French satirical weekly on Wednesday for publishing new cartoons depicting Islam’s Prophet Mohammad in its first issue after the killings.
When the chief rabbi of the IDF claimed in a lecture that the Temple Mount has no legitimate religious significance in Islam, his remarks stirred a public furor.
Move over, Daniel, Itai and Yosef. The most popular boy’s name in Israel last year was Mohammed. So why did officials omit the name from its annual Top 10 list?