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Barnard College President Rejects BDS Referendum, Nixes Israel Boycott

"It is imperative that all of us at Barnard work hard to foster a community in which difficult topics can be discussed in an environment free from fear and hate."

Israeli Chief Rabbi, European Jewish Leaders Condemn Call to Remove Kippahs in Germany

Chief Rabbi Lau responded on Tuesday that the best way to battle anti-Semitism is to immigrate to Israel, but that all Jews in Germany and throughout the Diaspora must continue to wear the kippah and other Jewish symbols.

Russia Confirms Will Supply Syria with ‘New Air Defense Systems’

Liberman said: “One thing needs to be clear. If someone fires at our planes, we will destroy them ... If they shoot at us we will respond. It doesn’t matter if it’s the S-300 or the S-700 or any other system.”

Goldin Family: Bringing Israeli Hostages Back From Gaza Not Netanyahu’s Top Priority

“We have come to see that the current envoy simply does not have the necessary backing of Netanyahu and Liberman to be able to bring the soldiers and civilians back."

Sheba Hospital Rejects ‘Jews-Only’ Donation

“The Jewish people suffered from discrimination in many countries; it is very important that the Jewish people not discriminate in our own country."

Hamas to Continue Gaza Border Riots Through Ramadan, Will Add Judea & Samaria

Haniyeh claimed the demonstrations would have the effect of spoiling the Israeli celebrations marking the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem on May 14.

Yehudi Menuhin’s Mixed Record On Judaism And Israel

Best known for his technical mastery and emotional playing, Yehudi Menuhin (1916-1999) was one of the 20th century’s most distinguished violinists (as well as...

Lawsuit Alleges Carter Center Provided ‘Material Support’ For Terrorism

“The logic is simple. Any service provided to a terror group can help free up other resources within the organization."

Algeria Sentences ‘Israeli Collaborator’ to Death

The accused was convicted on charges of “espionage for the benefit of a foreign force (Israel) and for forming a criminal group" aiming to threaten Algerian security.

Ben Gurion Intl Airport to Undergo $280M in Upgrades

Israel’s only international airport fields 90 percent of entries to and exits from the country, and is expected to see more than 25 million arrivals and departures in 2019.

Czech Republic Opening Consulate in Jerusalem, Moving Embassy ‘Later’

Both the new Czech Consulate and Czech Cultural Center are to be located on the “western” side of Jerusalem.

Standing Room Only Crowd as Teaneck Takes Stand Against Abuse and Addiction at Amudim...

We now know that we have a captive audience who is listening and we have to drive that listening into action.

My Beloved Country: Seventy Years Old

On Memorial Day, as I remembered all the soldiers and great people who died protecting this little but so important and significant piece of land, I felt so proud to be part of the Jewish nation in its homeland.

Collusion Collapse?

Plainly, if the DNC had confidence that the Mueller probe would turn up a Trump-Russia connection before the 2018 midterm elections, the lawsuit would hardly be needed.

Community Boards: Public Or Private?

Although not required by the NY Open Meetings Law, our reporter identified himself and began taking pictures, whereupon he was asked to stop.

The Portman Factor

The actress’s snub isn’t a victory for BDS or the Israeli prime minister’s political foes, but it does show how Netanyahu’s image problem has undermined one of his strengths.

Exclusive Interview: General Eli Ben Meir: Meet the Man Who Took Out a Syrian...

General Eli Ben Meir was the intelligence officer who, in 2006, overcame resistance from both Israeli and Bush administration intelligence officials, to advocate for the bombing of a Syrian nuclear facility developed by North Korean scientists.

Behind The Civil Rights Masks Of The Women’s March Leaders

If you supported the Women's March, you were duped. And if you are Jewish and supported the March, they duped you twice.

All Hail Breaks Loose in Negev City of Arad

The freak thunderstorm hurled hail the size of giant marbles -- or in Israeli terms, the size of cherry tomatoes -- down on the city, sending pedestrians and felines alike scurrying for cover.

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