The EU statement condemning Sunday's terror attack in Jerusalem was dated 5 pm that day, but wasn't emailed until more than 18 hours later.
'The only difference [between the Jewish Holocaust and our own] is that the Jews are white and we are black,' said Herero chief Sam Kambazembi.
Knesset Committee Hears Diaspora Jewish Students Won’t Support Israel in US, Europe, Fearing Anti-Semitism
Canada's former Justice Minister, said the current level of anti-Semitism 'is the highest in 40 years, and includes the rejection of Israel's right to exist at all, and the portrayal of Israel as a monster and enemy of mankind.'
Iran has been exposed for the first time ever in an attempt to murder a pro-Israel German politician.
The capital of the Palestinian Authority has named a street after one of the most vicious anti-Semites in the Catholic Church.
European Parliament President Martin Schultz is one of two recipients of the 2016 Medal of Tolerance for his commitment to preserve the memory of the Shoah.
The family of the terrorist stabber killed by IDF Sgt. Azaria demands Israel demolish the soldier's family home as is done to those of Arab murderers.
Israeli Pres. Reuven Rivlin tells French Senate Pres. Gerard Larcher, "There are no shortcuts in the Middle East."
A European Union drone fitted with a video camera has been spying on Israeli communities and IDF positions in Judea and Samaria.
A 21-year-old local resident named Daniel allegedly threw a firecracker at an Elk café called Kebab Prince, then was stabbed to death by the Arab staff.
'Our answer to the great darkness emanating from the UN is to increase the light.'
Our advice to all the foreign missions in Israel is to beat the crowds and start moving their own embassies to the capital, while the rates are relatively reasonable.
Russia says it voted for UNSC resolution 2334(2016) because it reflected "the general view of the international community."
President Obama personally directed his Administration's lobbying efforts ahead of the expected vote. Obama, vacationing in Hawaii, convened a discussion Thursday with Biden, Kerry and other top national security officials.
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.
Yad Vashem criticized the bill against blaming Poland for collaboration in the death camps, warning that its approval in parliament would be considered Holocaust denial and a regression in Poland’s efforts to face its dark past.
Lyashko urged the Ukraine's government to patch up its rift with the Netanyahu government, before the national interests of Ukraine suffer irreparable damage.
PM Netanyahu summoned US envoy to Israel Dan Shapiro for talks in the wake of American's betrayal of her "closest ally" in the Middle East.
Austrian police foiled a terrorist attack on the main synagogue in Vienna on the Sabbath. Two Afghan citizens were arrested.
Amri, 24, who had spent time in prison in Italy, was stopped by two policemen during a routine police check in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood of Milan.
German authorities on Wednesday offered a reward of about $104,000 for information leading to Amri's arrest, with a warning that he probably is "violent and armed."
Tunisian national Anis Amri is being sought by Berlin police in connection with the terror attack that left 12 dead and 48 wounded.
The honorary Israeli consul in western Ukraine says the attack was carried out as a provocation against diplomatic ties.
The legislative initiative was defined by Abbas as a provocation which is likely to 'make the region plunge into an abyss.'