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Years before it is deemed a success or a failure, a nuclear deal between Iran and the major powers could unleash far-reaching changes in the region.
A station used a stock image of the yellow Jewish star—the patch Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Holocaust—for a story about Yom Kippur this week.
Staffers at the Auschwitz museum found a gold ring hidden in a false bottom of one of the cups on display in the main exhibition.
Robert Wistrich, a historian who led Hebrew University's Center for the Study of Antisemitism, died while in Italy to address rising anti-Semitism.
The film's writers and co-stars are veterans of the Israeli TV scene looking to make a splash in the U.S.
Gonen Segev, a physician, had served time in an Israeli jail on a drug distribution charge and then left the country to live in Nigeria.
Two men described as being of Middle Eastern descent drove menacingly toward the group, Rabbi Yanki Jacobs told police.
The neighborhood in the city's south has African asylum seekers, Asian guest workers and working-class Israelis living in close and sometimes tense proximity.
Marcelo Crivella, who is a fervent Evangelical Christian and a longtime friend of the Jewish community, sang several gospel songs at the fundraiser.
Michael Hayden tweeted his criticism under a black and white photograph of Auschwitz.