"Low-cost natural gas is the elixir, the sweetness, the juice, the Viagra."
The settlements are “a mesh of construction and infrastructure leading to a creeping annexation that prevents the establishment of a contiguous and viable Palestinian State."
Local MPs have decided to use the historic name in all city statements on February 2, the day of the Nazi defeat.
Egypt's representative declared that the council faced "a moment of truth."
Ward appeared on television to defend his comments and reinforce his point, but on Sunday he changed his tune.
Selective perception is the hallmark of Security Council debates, says Ron Prosor.
The government is unable to make good on a ban that's been on the books since 2006.
Jewish people are living in fear in Europe but the European Union will make sure they are not harmed, the president of the European Parliament said.
Leaders of Russia’s Jewish community have criticized a U.S. federal court ruling that fined Russia for refusing to hand over ancient Chasidic texts.
A lawmaker from Hungary’s Jobbik Party who recently called for listing Jews as a “security risk” reportedly is planning a lecture tour about the “Zionist threat.”
The more than 60,000 deaths during the Syrian Civil War, are referred to in UN-speak as "the events in Syria since March, 2011," or, sometimes, as "the current events."
Livson, 30, the Israeli-born son of Finnish immigrants, was officially installed as chief rabbi on Jan. 13, taking over from Rabbi Moshe Edelman.
Italian soccer players expressed their opposition to racism by honoring a Jewish coach who was killed in the Holocaust.
The European Union has incorporated International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jan. 27, into its official calendar.
Two major Japanese airlines grounded their Boeing 787 Dreamliner airplanes after one was forced to make an emergency landing due to battery problems and a burning smell in the cockpit.
“One is at first unsettled by it."
British soccer fans reportedly wrote anti-Semitic messages on the Facebook page of a local British club shortly after it hired an Israeli player.
The Dutch city of Venlo began restoring a recently discovered mikvah -- the oldest proof of Jewish life in the country.
New guidelines issued by the Italian Interior Ministry govern how police may halt or interrupt a soccer match because of racist or anti-Semitic behavior by fans or on the pitch.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has changed the name of his government to the State of Palestine, attempting to play on his new status as a non-observer state to get international recognition of his regional authority as a State of Palestine.