Tuesday's ruling put an east Jerusalem Fatah leader behind bars for incitement to terrorism and support of terrorist organizations through social media.
In a series of raids, German police have arrested three elderly men who are suspected of having once manned posts at the Auschwitz death camp.
France is in talks with the US over reparations to Holocaust survivors who were sent to Nazi camps via French rails.
Over 1,000 individuals have already applied for funds from a new compensation program concerning work performed in ghettos during World War II.
A legal group is leading a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming it is inciting and encouraging violence against Israelis during the latest bouts of terrorism.
Katz’s Deli slapped another food business with a $1 million lawsuit for copyright infringement this week.
A former SS guard who is now 94 was sentenced to five years in prison for his role as an accessory in the murder of at least 170,000 people in Auschwitz.
A Gaza resident was in the process of planning a sniper attack on IDF soldiers when he was injured and entered Israel on a humanitarian permit.
A political activist in Sweden wants to draw attention to rising anti-Semitism—by filing for asylum in her own country.
A Minnesota court is hearing a fraud suit against Hebrew National, from past employees claiming it is not 100 percent kosher as labeled and advertised.