Thursday, December 14, 2017
Two top National Football League players pulled out of publicity trip to Israel, saying they felt “used” by the government. Bennett tweeted an image of a letter with a longer explanation of why he would not be participating.
Gorovitz reportedly was held for 90 minutes, prompting an opposition lawmaker to declare that she was being subjected to “political persecution.”
Reports that White House Svengali Steve Bannon once referred to the American Jewish community as enablers of Islamist jihad revived accusations that the former Breitbart News publisher is an anti-Semite.
The Chabad center in Baton Rouge, La., has started a donation fund to help victims of the massive flooding that has hit the region over the past few days.
Thousands of mourners attended the funeral for a lone soldier from New Jersey who was killed when a grenade exploded in his jeep in the Golan Heights.
The Israel Military Industries (IMI) weapons manufacturer confirmed Tuesday that it has signed a $39 million deal to supply the U.S. civilian market.
Israel will compete in the final of Europe’s biggest pop song contest, Eurovision, for the second consecutive year.
David Blatt, who was fired this season as head coach of the Cavaliers, reportedly is under consideration for the same job with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Idan is one of 12 speakers traveling around the United States as part of StandWithUs' 7th "Israeli Soldiers Tour," putting a human face to the IDF uniform.
Hamas is blaming Israel for a tunnel collapse in southern Gaza on March 3 that killed Muhammad Musa al Astal of Khan Younis, who was digging the tunnel.

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