Monday, October 22, 2018
Israel is the most positively viewed nation in the Middle East, at least as far as Americans are concerned.
A reward is being offered for assistance in catching whoever spray-painted swastikas at a Jewish fraternity house at the University of California, Davis.
The USC Shoah Foundation will recognize President Obama with its highest honor.
The ADL raised to $10,000 its reward for info leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator who stabbed Yehuda Brikman in Crown Heights, Brooklyn
The KKK today is a collection of mostly small, disjointed groups with no predominant leadership or stability.
Allseas USA, the US affiliate of Allseas Group SA, named its new ship after a convicted Nazi war criminal and SS member, the father of the company’s owner.
White House’s outrage over Netanyahu’s plan to speak before Congress—a move he failed to coordinate with the administration—seeps through diplomatic cracks.
Last night’s Olympic gold medal for an American ice dancing duo brought one more honor for the Jewish contingent.
A rabbi known affectionately as “Rambowitz” wants to train Jewish kids in karate to help defend themselves against the growing problem of street attacks.
CNN distorted the reality of an attempted act of terrorism in Israel, through a ticker headline during Clinton’s appearance at the House Benghazi committee.


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