Monday, June 25, 2018
Barack Obama said a yearlong extension of sanctions on Iran is still merited.
A non-Jewish man has torn down a swastika display outside a home in Sacramento.
Massachusetts officials approved a resolution condemning anti-Semitism and calling for expanded anti-bias and Holocaust education.
Minister Louis Farrakhan devoted a large portion of his annual address to followers in Chicago to the myth that Jews were responsible for 9/11.
Jewish advocacy group the Anti-Defamation League said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress was a clear and passionate appeal.
Netanyahu's historic speech before Congress today focused solely on Iran's nuclear program, as the White House primes for a possible sanctions easing.
Obama attempted to downplay his disagreements with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over American efforts to conclude a nuclear deal with Iran.
John Kerry defended Israel in a speech to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, calling out the council for singling out the Jewish state.
At least one Jewish group is calling for Congressional solidarity ahead of Benjamin Netanyahu's address next week.
Manhattan awarded $218.5 million to US victims of 6 terror attacks in Israel between 2002 and 2004 carried out by the Palestine Liberation Organization.


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