Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Anti-Semitic incidents are up 94 percent in New York City over this time last year, the New York Police Department reported. The figure is part of a 55 percent increase overall in the number of hate crimes in the city as compared to the same time last year.
An Austrian-Jewish filmmaker revisits the question of whether the Austrian president lied about his involvement in atrocities.
An innovative program in Tel Aviv is helping Israeli and Palestinian girls find common ground.
Jerusalem's Miriam Ballin was not just going to sit idly by while Harvey flooded her native city.
The online streaming service Netflix, which recently opened operations in Israel, purchased its first Israeli television show.
The U.S. entertainment company Live Nation announced it has acquired a stake in an Israeli concert promotion business and launched Ticketmaster Israel.
A hacked YouTube video claimed that a Jewish group tried to shut down a humorous interfaith ad on the meat's merits.
The hotel project appears to be more even-handed in its approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with a website explaining that “[d]epending on who you talk to,” the security barrier is “either a vital security measure or an instrument of apartheid.”
Nordstrom pulled a women’s Hanukkah sweater from its stores and its website after it was condemned for continuing negative stereotypes of Jewish women.
A former tailor’s apprentice whose life’s work last week went on display at the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Lille, Nedjar says he merely “exhumes” his puppets to reconnect to his brethren who were murdered in the Holocaust.


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