Israeli Pres. Reuven Rivlin tells French Senate Pres. Gerard Larcher, "There are no shortcuts in the Middle East."
Former American diplomat Dan Kurtzer scolded Israel's Prime Minister for his response to last week's UNSC resolution.
Defense Minister Liberman warns French Jews in particular that if they want to remain Jewish, now is the time to leave.
Investigators have discovered explosive material on some of the bodies recovered last May's crash of EgyptAir Flight MS804 in the Mediterranean.
A US official confirms the ISIS terrorist behind the Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher attacks, is dead.
Prominent Palestinian Authority Fatah politician Nasser Abu Baker is also a well-known reporter for AFP of France.
Israel has already announced it would not attend an international conference.
Foreign firefighting heroes who came to help Israeli firefighters battle nearly 2,000 fires are heading home.
It is possible that the Élysée Palace move is in retaliation for Netanyahu's refusal to attend a peace conference scheduled for some time in the near future in Paris.
Sacha Ghozlan, leader of the French Jewish students' union UEJF, stateded that "those surprising comments raise questions about how Francois Fillon defines fundamentalism."
Iran is testing the limits on how much extra heavy water it can stockpile and get away with.
It was made clear to the French envoy that Israel will not participate in any international conference convened contrary to its position.
Chareau, whose wife Dollie Dyte Chareau was Jewish and whose mother came from a Sephardic family, fled to the United States in 1940.
French Jews gathered in a show of strength and solidarity to protest the UNESCO votes on Jerusalem.
The European Union harshly condemns Russia, warning its fierce bombing campaigns with regime forces in Syria could amount to war crimes.
Neither Republican nor Democratic candidate offered realistic solutions for the escalation of the Syrian civil war, just north of Israel's border.
French police officers came under a firebombing attack by a gang in a Paris suburb.
European lawmakers gathered to discuss anti-Semitism and the future of Jews in Europe.
NY Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer slams BDS as "modern-day anti-Semitism."
At least 100,000 children have had no safe drinking water for 3 days in Aleppo.
In 2001 Rabbi Sitruk suffered a stroke and after his recovery took the additional name Haim, following the traditional Jewish protection against illness by altering or changing one's name.
Kerry is in the midst of his final attempt to shape the Israel-PA conflict resolution in his image, and he has been going at it with everything he has including the kitchen sink.
Around 70% of Europe's Jews say they're afraid to go to synagogue for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
French President Francois Hollande tells a gathering that France doesn't have enough resources to prevent, let alone fight, the terror in its midst.
Two gas canisters inside a vehicle parked outside a synagogue raised the alert for passersby and police in Marseille on the Sabbath; a week ago a failed car bomb was aimed at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.