Sunday, April 23, 2017
At the Prayer Breakfast, Obama lauded Jewish communities that are bringing relief to natural disaster zones, caring for the sick and welcoming refugees.
The prime minister and president of Israel both expressed condolences to the American people, in the wake of Sunday's tragic terror attack in Orlando.
United Hatzalah joined a multiple casualty incident training exercise held by the Judea and Samaria Division of the IDF.
The IDF is cooperating with Israeli companies to help find jobs for discharged Bedouin soldiers.
One year after Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014, Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip are still reeling from the rocket fire.
A rabbinical human rights group, were arrested for obstructing traffic in front of the hotel. After marching with a group of about 200 through Manhattan, they sat in front of the hotel and ignored repeated police warnings to disperse.
Iran has sent hundreds of troops to Syria in its first open deployment of forces to the civil war-torn country.
A new US-France compensation program for Holocaust victims deported from Nazi-occupied France during World War II has been launched.
A phone call threatening a bomb attack was made to the JCC at 9:15 a.m., Katie Steiner of WWL-TV in New Orleans reported in a Twitter post. People were allowed back into the building about two hours after they were evacuated.
A terrorist stabbing attack occurred this evening, October 14, near Jerusalem's Central Bus Station on Jaffa Street.


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