In the category of Family Well-Being, Israel is ranked 3rd, behind Australia and Austria.
It's OK if you use non-violent actions against the Zionists, as long as you remember that there's always the violent option.
UK PM David Cameron called British Jewry a national "success story" in this year's Passover message.
In the capital of Nepal, officials and ordinary citizens gathered to remember those who lost their lives in the 2015 earthquake, the worst in 80 years.
Hundreds attended this year's Chabad of Nepal seder in the Himalayas, the highest place on earth, despite no public notice of its whereabouts.
"Who 30 years ago in this country would have pretended to be a rabbi, to say nothing of 70 years ago?"
According to reports, the meeting between Putin and Netanyahu took place even as two separate reports on the Russian jets opening fire on Israeli aircraft were coming in.
Two of the Israeli students involved in the accident were from Rahat, Israel's largest Bedouin city.
Netanyahu told Putin that Israel has clear red lines for self-defense.
PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
Anti-Semitism is again raising its ugly face in the Russian city of Perm, thinly veiled this time with the mask of "anti-Chabad."
Death sentences for convicted informants and collaborators with Israel are nothing new for the Hamas regime.
It turns out Germans continue to harbor ugly feelings about people and things that are not German, and they prefer their bigotry small and intimate, away from the lime lights.
Last May, Åsa Romson said about the situation in the Mediterranean refugee crisis: "We are turning the Mediterranean into the new Auschwitz."
In early February, Turkish president Recep Erdogan sought an audience with President Vladimir Putin, but he is yet to receive an invitation.
You pay terrorists, you glorify terrorists, shame on you,” shouted Danon.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
An Israeli research firm reveals the two opposing US presidential candidates are related.
Former Italian MP Fiamma Nirenstein, now an immigrant to Israel, may return to Italy as an ambassador to Rome.
The prime minister of Singapore is in Israel for an historical first-ever four-day state visit.
Our readers in Australia have sent us updates on the Kiddush stabbing.
The incident may cause Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to pull his forces out of Syria.
According to TASS, some of the passengers had refused to fly Aeroflot.
French Pres. Hollande hoped to meet with Hezbollah but the Iranian-backed Shi'ite proxy group backed out, further isolating itself.
Facebook penalized the target of anti-Semitism rather than the perpetrator, when a complaint was filed.