Monday, May 29, 2017
Jonathan Pollard, the convicted American spy for Israel, began his 29th year behind bars today.
A former US Army reporter donated transcripts of radio coverage of the Nuremberg trials to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Brandeis University has cut its historic ties to a popular Palestinian college, after Al Quds University hosted an anti-Zionist, neo-Nazi style rally.
Joseph Paul Franklin was executed this morning for murder of Gerald Gordon.
Hillary Clinton presented Elie and Marion Wiesel the Theodor Herzl Award last evening.
Gloria Steinem and Daniel Kahneman were awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom today.
A panel of disability experts called for the Jewish community to create a more inclusive environment for persons with disabilities.
Israeli President Shimon Peres reiterated the close relationship between the Jewish state and the US, despite pressures from the state department.
Scholastic Inc. has apologized for publishing a map of the Middle East that omits Israel in a popular children’s series.

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