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Big in Japan

Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu will be traveling to Japan on Saturday evening for a four day meeting to discuss increasing economic and diplomatic cooperation.

No Israel in this Year’s Eurovision

Israeli candidate Mei Finegold made it as far as the semifinals for Eurovision, but not didn't make the final round.

Israeli Ambassador to The UN Warns: “Next Major Conflict Could be Sparked by Rockets...

Ambassador Ron Prosor said: "...One of those missiles could trigger the next terror attack. One of those shipments could carry a dirty bomb."

Canada Bans Hamas Fundraisers

Canada’s Ministry of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness has banned a Muslim charity that officials believe has funnelled more than C$15 million (US $13.7...

After EU Audit, Corruption Could Become an Expensive Problem for Ramallah

The EU parliament called for future EU funding to be conditioned on Palestinian compliance with reform recommendations.

Jerusalem District, Border Police Block Jewish March to Temple Mount

Jerusalem District and Border Police blocked a protest march by Jews on Tuesday to the Temple Mount.

Ukraine’s Jewish Mayor of Kharkov Begins His Recovery in Israel

Kharkov's Jewish Mayor Gennady Kernes is slowly overcoming near-fatal wounds and is on the road to recovery at Haifa's Rambam Hospital.

Brussels mayor bans ‘summit meeting’ for anti-Semites

A mayor from Brussels banned an event that European Jews have called a “summit meeting for anti-Semites.” Eric Tomas, the mayor of Anderlecht— one of...

FIFA World Cup in Brazil to be Protected by Israeli Security Systems

The FIFA stadium, which will seat 44,000 fans, will be protected by an Israeli company’s advanced security systems.

Russia Scolds NATO, USA on Sanctions, Troop Movements

As pro-Russian separatists eat up town after town in eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin is closely monitoring NATO’s reaction – and the White House response.

Rising Anti-Semitism Driving Jews to Israel

The majority of last year's new immigrants to Israel came from Russia and Ukraine. An increase this year is expected to include France.

Critically Wounded Jewish Mayor Airlifted from Ukraine to Israeli Hospital

Jewish Ukrainian Mayor Gennady Kernes was airlifted from Kharkov to the Holy Land for advanced medical care after assassins nearly killed him.

Shot Ukrainian Mayor Airlifted to Israel for Treatment

The Jewish mayor of Ukraine’s second-largest city was airlifted to Israel early Tuesday morning for treatment for a gunshot wound shot in a suspected...

Tens of Thousands Participate In Budapest Holocaust Memorial March

Tens of thousands of Jews and Jewish supporters participated in the 12th March of the Living Hungary in Budapest in what is considered the...

Jewish Ukrainian Mayor Shot, Worry Rises as Separatists Seize More Towns

Israeli President Shimon Peres warns that any anti-Semitic incident should be heeded as Ukrainian Jews consider whether to leave home.

Jewish Mayor of City in Ukraine Shot in the Back

The mayor of Ukraine’s second largest city was shot in the back Monday and was rushed to a hospital where he is “fighting for...

In Israel, Honoring Victims, Remembering Lessons on Holocaust Remembrance Day

On Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Peres focused on anti-Semitism and its dangers to Jews around the world.

The Parchment of Rebuke That Came Home

Rabbi Yitzchak Dovid Grossman examined the piece of Torah parchment, cut from a Torah scroll in an Eastern European synagogue, and used by a Luftwaffe officer to wrap his ID card during World War II.

Arabs Attack Jew in Berlin

A group of six Arabs attacked an Israeli man in Berlin, according to a report by Benjamin Weinthal in The Jerusalem Post on Sunday. The...

Historic Jewish Cemetery in Croatia Vandalized

Vandals seriously damaged several graves in a more than 400-year-old Jewish cemetery in Split, Croatia.

Ukraine Frees US-Israeli Journalist Ostrovsky (Video)

Ostrovsky was beaten and blindfolded during his captivity

Ellen Degeneres Gives SodaStream as Earth Day Prize

Ellen Degeneres gave away SodaStream products to audience members as an eco-friendly Earth Day gift.

Synagogue Worshippers in London Save Family from Burning Car

Two worshippers in a synagogue on Passover saved a child from death in a burning car that exploded shortly after the rescue. The worshippers rushed...

Russia Accuses West of Starting Ukraine Crisis

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the United States and the European Union of starting the crisis in Ukraine.

European Jews Ask EU Not to Recognize PA Unity Gov’t

European Jewish Congress President Dr. Moshe Kantor has called on the European Union to ignore the upcoming Palestinian Authority unity government.

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