Friday, July 21, 2017
Alexander Lapshin, who writes a Russian-language travel blog called “Life Adventures,” was found guilty of illegally entering the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Per Jewish custom, the royal couple placed stones at the camp's memorial to its more than 60,000 victims.
In Budapest, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Viktor Orban "reassured me" about his zero tolerance toward anti-Semitism in the aftermath of a government campaign against George Soros.
A clause allows the multi-billion-dollar deal to be canceled if the investigation finds that the deal came about due to bribery or corruption.
Officials backtracked after an uproar from Jewish groups and Israeli diplomats.
The statement by Israel's envoy to Hungary denouncing a government campaign against Jewish-American billionaire George Soros was meant to address the resulting anti-Semitism not defend Soros, Israeli's Foreign Ministry said.
The Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue was forced to close several months ago after part of its ceiling fell down, according to an Egyptian newspaper.
The resolution that was passed was submitted by the council’s Arab states rejecting Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem.
Americans injured in the suicide bombing want Iranian artifacts from two Chicago museums to pay a $71.5 million judgment.
For many Jews in the United Kingdom, London allowing a march featuring Hezbollah flags compounded their unease over Labour's electoral success despite its many anti-Semitism scandals.


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