Thursday, September 21, 2017
Two past American envoys to Israel are now backing the campaign calling for the release of Jonathan Pollard.
“Mein Kampf” was one of the best selling e-books of 2013.
An Israeli rifle is making waves in the US, being recognized as the Golden Bullseye Award winner for 2014.
Israel is the sixth favorite nation among Americans, according to a recent poll by the Pew Research Center.
An Orthodox student made history Sunday, becoming the first Big Ten basketball player to don a kippah during a game.
Jennifer Gorovitz has stepped down as head of San Francisco’s Jewish Community Federation.
The New York Post is taking flak for a cover story Sunday on a slain Orthodox man, accompanied by the headline “Who Didn’t Want Him Dead?”
More US universities are leaving the American Studies Association, after the education body decided to boycott Israeli schools.
Basketball star Tony Parker has apologized following a media storm over photos showing him giving a neo-Nazi salute.
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has returned a set of historic wooden barracks to Auschwitz.


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