Monday, March 27, 2017
A US Naval ship set out to finally destroy Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile Monday.
Ice cream lovers in India are putting their favorite treat in a cone named after Adolf Hitler.
An Israeli has filed a lawsuit against Kuwait Airways after she was barred from boarding its flight out of JFK Airport because she’s an Israeli citizen.
Chabad erected more than 15,000 large-scale public menorahs in cities throughout the world for Hanukkah.
A US Jewish community raised tens of thousands of dollars for of the widow of a Druze cop killed when he faced two terrorists at a Jerusalem synagogue.
The main synagogue in the Ukrainian city of Nikolayev was firebombed.
Anousim, descendants of forcibly converted Spanish and Portuguese Jews, held marches around the world in response to ongoing attacks taking place in Israel.
An Israeli athlete was denied a visa to Indonesia for a match, in what the World Jewish Congress decried as unfair mixing of sports and politics.
Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have been using a Google Chrome plugin called "Coincidence Detector" to compile and expose the identities of Jews online.
A pair of rockets struck the building that houses a Jewish social welfare site in the eastern Ukraine city of Kramatorsk. The missiles did not explode.


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