Friday, August 18, 2017
David Duke blamed 'the Jews' working in the media for spinning the news event into a negative campaign.
The Fatah movement of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called for a "day of rage" after about 50 Muslim protesters and one Israeli officer were hurt in violent protests.
An attack on a church in France that saw an 84-year-old priest killed is an attack against all religions, the head of the European Jewish Congress said.
Benjamin Netanyahu visited Otniel, hometown of victim of Palestinian terror Dafna Meir, a mother of six who was stabbed to death in her home on Sunday.
NPR published an article with a map of the Middle East that omitted Israel, instead labeling the Jewish state's territory as 'Palestine.'
As the nation remembers Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Ruth Bader Ginsburg added her recollections to the chorus of voices.
Haskel Lookstein and other rabbis at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun said they were "deeply troubled by the moral equivalency and equivocation."
A Spanish court has invalidated a municipal boycott of Israel on the grounds that the move is discriminatory, anti-Semitic, and incites hate crimes.
The Orlando shooter's wife, Noor Zahi Salman, has Palestinian roots; now, investigators believe she may be connected to the shooting and could be charged.
The Auschwitz Museum says it has rescued from storage 16,000 personal items belonging to Jews killed at the Nazi death camp.


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