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Advocates Make Case In Albany For Increased Aid To Private Schools

State education officials say they spend $26 billion throughout New York on elementary and secondary education. That number is higher than most state budgets and more than the operating budget of many countries.

Shearith Israel $7.4 million Appeal against Touro Synagogue in Court Wednesday

The $7.4 million dispute between two of America’s oldest Jewish congregations erupted in 2011.

Utilight to Launch Manufacturing Plant on Gaza Border

The company will invest close to $5.5 million in the new venture, with a $1.01 million investment from Economy Ministry Investment Authority.

Magen David Adom to Offer Arabic Courses for Volunteers

"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."

New American Zionist Movement President Launches ‘Zionism Forward’

AZM represents American Zionists within the National Institutions of Israel and carries out activities in the US in cooperation with the World Zionist Organization.

Unanimous Letter From U.S. Senate to Trump Administration Asking for Action on JCC Bomb...

"We are concerned that the number of incidents is accelerating and failure to address and deter these threats will place innocent people at risk"

US European Commander Tours IDF Defense Systems, Hamas Tunnel in Israel

EUCOMM Commander Scaparrotti emphasized the U.S. commitment to maintaining Israel's qualitative military edge in the region and defensive capacities.

Court Hearings Rescheduled for Man Accused of Threatening JCCs

Thompson will be in court in St. Louis on Wednesday, as scheduled, for a hearing on his remand until his trial.

Netanyahu Plans New Divisions for China, India in Foreign Affairs

Netanyahu told Israeli envoys the largest markets are found in Asia. The PM says he plans to expand Israel's ties with India and China.

Husan Arab Villagers Apologize to Beitar Illit for Stoning Attacks

"If you know of a specific person injured by stones thrown by our young people, contact us and we will try to compensate for this."

US President Trump Calls Israel’s PM Netanyahu About Iran

The two leaders spoke at length about the dangers posed by the nuclear deal with Iran and by Iran's malevolent behavior in the region.

Israel Beats S. Korea in First Game of 2017 World Baseball Classic

Israel won the first game of the World Baseball Classic in Seoul in the tenth inning.
The Arab neighborhood Shuafat stop of the Jerusalem light rail.

Three Rock Attacks in 30 Minutes on Jerusalem Rail Cars

The Monday attacks came after a relatively quiet lull, due to extensive police enforcement.

US EUCOM Commander on Official Visit in Israel

The visit reinforces the strong and enduring US-Israel defense relationship and continues the cooperation between the two militaries.

Israeli Arab Town Takes Down Arafat Street Signs

Some Israel-Arab municipality feature streets named after Haj Amil al-Huseini, the Jerusalem Grand Mufti who had a close friendship with Adolf Hitler.

NYC Festival Mulls Russian Jewish Culture in America

"The uniqueness of this cohort’s multi-cultural identity makes their art special and relevant to their peers," said Ilia Salita of Genesis Group.

Conference to Focus on Diaspora-Israel Relations

Knesset Speaker Edelstein says the conference will help participants think more deeply about "how to benefit our own countries and the world at large."

NY Man Charged With Terrorism, Said He’d Sacrifice Himself for Jihad

The suspect believed a cousin is an extremist fighter in Syria; he traveled to Turkey, trying to join ISIS or Al Nusra.

Kedumim Beekeeper Wins Honey Tasting Contest in North Carolina

Yael Farbstein won first place in the category of the International Multi-Floral Sourced Honeys of the Black Jar Honey Tasting Contest.

Concern for anti-Semitism as a Political Weapon

Jews have been the target of 500 - 1000 hate crimes every year. No other religion has experienced half as many.

Gunshot Fired at Evansville, Indiana Synagogue

"The goal of attacks and acts like this is to instill fear and I will not give in to that fear," the rabbi emphasized in his Facebook post.

A-G Sessions Recuses Self From Federal Probe Into Russian Role in US Campaign

Then-Sen. Jeff Sessions spoke with Russian Ambassador Kislyak with other senators, allegedly not in connection with the Trump campaign.

Ben Gurion Airport Luggage Inspection System Breaks Down

Some 15,000 travelers on the 'night flights' managed to depart from Ben Gurion International Airport on time.

Tuition-Free Jewish Day School Opening in Minnesota

The school is looking to grow by offering one year of free tuition to new families with students entering for the first time this fall.
Activist Nadia Matar

Friday Vigil at Gush Etzion Intersection Plagued by Stone Throwing

The vigil is in response to the sharp increase in the past few weeks of stone throwing by Arabs on the road in eastern Gush Etzion.

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