Friday, August 14, 2020
The government of Portugal has approved a motion that grants citizenry to descendants of Sephardic Jews ousted during the Inquisition.
Since the Governance bill passed on March 11, 2014, new alignments have begun to appear in Israel politics.
Over 90 percent of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection donations have come from the United States.
The new prime minister of Italy has some major pro-Zionist tendencies.
Germany’s foreign minister wrote an op-ed Sunday, calling on Israel to make 'difficult but necessary decisions' to bring about peace with the Palestinians.
Sufian’s career has since focused on the elderly, both in the Jewish communal and government sectors.
Former US leader George W. Bush was awarded the greatest honor bestowed by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) last week.
A Jewish hospital in Montreal has leveled a new accusation against a proposed law that seeks to ban religion from the public sector.
Officials are investigating the source of fliers depicting an Oakland Jewish councilwoman with a swastika over her face.
The Economist is taking heat after publishing a political cartoon with anti-Semitic undertones.
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