Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Obama called the family of Ezra Schwartz on Monday to offer condolences after the Massachusetts teen was killed in a Palestinian attack in Israel last week.
This holiday season, the village is ensuring that as many children as possible will be able to enjoy Sukkot.
A New York Times editor called out anti-Semitism among Trump supporters on Twitter, and was flooded with anti-Semitism by Trump supporters on Twitter.
An Israeli man was killed and a second seriously injured in a stabbing attack at a West Bank supermarket.
A top foreign policy adviser to Trump fights accusations that he made anti-Semitic remarks on the Holocaust when serving at the Pentagon in Bush’s years.
The FBI enlisted Israeli company Cellebrite to help break into the iPhone of one of the terrorists behind last December's mass shooting in San Bernardino.
Israel passed an amendment that makes burning the Israeli flag a criminal offense punishable by a roughly $15,000 fine or up to three years in jail.
Sir Nicholas Winton, the man who saved hundreds of Jewish children’s lives during the Holocaust, is being featured in a new set of stamps.
A seven-branch menorah that a World War II veteran brought to the United States from Europe as a souvenir was donated to the Dallas Holocaust Museum.
Bernie Sanders clarified his misstatement about Palestinian casualties during the 2014 conflict between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas.


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