Thursday, May 24, 2018
A Jewish philanthropist received his third Nobel nomination last week, this time for his work with to Syrian refugees that escaped to Bulgaria.
Thousands of Orthodox Jews gathered Sunday in New York to protest a proposed Israeli bill that would require young haredi men to serve in the military.
Comments made by Michelle Bachmann saying American Jews “sold out Israel” have made headlines this week.
The Statue of Liberty is set to receive extra security, with help from an Israeli company.
AIPAC lauded a new US bill declaring Israel a 'major strategic partner.'
The White House confirmed today that it had prior knowledge of Israel’s successful attempts to intercept a shipment of Iranian weapons to Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Barack Obama in Washington yesterday, using the time to focus on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Kerry addressed AIPAC’s annual policy conference yesterday, using the plenum to discuss the Palestinian peace process, Iran and the boycott Israel movement.
A copy of 'Mein Kampf' signed by the Fuhrer himself has sold for $64,850.
Newsweek is set to cease publication of its annual “Top 50 Rabbis” ranking.


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