A Borough Park firebrand and New York City Council candidate pleaded guilty on Friday to charges of “inciting to riot” for whipping up a crowd that attacked a Hasidic journalist last fall during a protest against coronavirus restrictions that morphed into a pro-Trump rally.
One midwinter afternoon in 1926, the socialists at the Jewish Daily Forward called the cops on the Jewish left.
Undercover Israeli agents are known as “Mistaravim” or “wearing Arab disguise.”
“Al Quds belongs to the Palestinians, Palestine stretches from the sea to the Jordan River.”
Many people are comparing the Ethiopian-Israeli protests in Tel Aviv to the events in Baltimore. Jesse Lempel explains why there’s actually a big difference.
Israel has dropped all charges against an American teenager who was seen in a video being beaten by Israel police during a riot in eastern Jerusalem.
The video was published on July 21, 2014.
The controversy over women’s right to pray at the Kotel is a modern issue. But its roots can be traced back to events that occurred almost two thousand years ago — only a few yards away.
Was the carving of two swastikas into a Toronto golf course last weekend a random hate crime — or a twisted nod to history?
Palestinian protesters reportedly fired flares and hurled stones at Israeli troops in the Old City in Jerusalem amid violent protests in the West Bank.