The Republican Convention closed comments on a YouTube livestream after anti-Semitic abuse during a speech by Lingle, the Jewish former governor of Hawaii.
The GOP broke from status quo in drafting this year's party platform, moving away from supporting a two-state solution in its language on Israel.
Obama in his State of the Union address called on the United States to sustain a foreign policy that emphasized multilateralism after his presidency ends.
Democrats blamed Republican nominee Donald Trump for what they depicted as burgeoning anti-Semitism in his party.
Kanye West defended President Barack Obama against critics, explaining that the black president lacked the connections of the Jewish community.
Senate Democrats meeting with Jewish leaders pledged to police the Iran nuclear deal and applauded Jewish backing for resettling Syrian refugees.
In his first interview since Israel's election, Netanyahu seemed to backtrack on far right statements against a two-state solution.
French President Francois Hollande spent much of his time in the Jewish state this week discussing issues like the Iranian nuclear program with his Israeli counterparts.
Clinton said she would endeavor as president to keep any arguments with the Israeli PM out of public view because such disputes help delegitimize Israel.
ADL condemned Ted Cruz for calling for patrols of Muslim areas and for including anti-Muslim 'bigots' as members of a security coalition he would assemble.