Friday, August 18, 2017
A Dutch financial body has announced it will no longer work with Israeli banks, citing the Jewish state’s presence in the West Bank as reason.
The German Foreign Ministry pledged about $422,000 in seed funds for the preservation of an historic synagogue in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Several Jews, including Bibi, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Facebook founder Zuckerberg, are featured on Forbes list of the World’s Most Powerful.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bill that seeks to target and cut off financing for the Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah.
A major French bank closed the account of a BDS group on grounds that it is illegal to support financial transactions of entities aiming to boycott Israel.
Unemployment in Israel has fallen to an all-time low, the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics said Monday.
Jerusalem businesses whose revenues have suffered since the beginning of the current Palestinian terrorism wave were cautiously optimistic Sunday.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy named Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan as the most generous American donors of 2013.
Hadassah’s main medical center is teetering near financial ruin.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, sold company shares valued at nearly $95 million to fund their charitable efforts.

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