Friday, September 22, 2017
A Palestinian terrorist who served time in Israeli jail for a 1969 supermarket bombing was sentenced to 18 months in prison by a US court on fraud charges.
Carlos Rosenkrantz, a Buenos Aires attorney and law professor, will be the first Jewish justice on the Supreme Court of Argentina.
Jonathan Pollard, the convicted American spy for Israel, began his 29th year behind bars today.
A Jewish family can now pursue legal recourse for an esteemed painting seized by Nazis in World War II, thanks to a recent ruling from a US court.
For the first time since women were allowed to graduate from the Israeli Air Force, female pilots in the IAF will be allowed to fly while pregnant.
Germany’s lead Nazi crimes investigator has identified eight people who are suspected of working at concentration camps in Poland during the Holocaust.
Tuesday's ruling put an east Jerusalem Fatah leader behind bars for incitement to terrorism and support of terrorist organizations through social media.
A French court has sanctioned a publishing house for five anti-Semitic books.
Obama’s Supreme Court nominee is a Jewish judge, Merrick Garland, who's currently the chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
A 91-year-old woman alleged to have been a Nazi SS member working in Auschwitz has been charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder.

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