Was the defense minister calling on his officer to rebel against the political class? Probably not, although he sounded dangerously close to saying just that.
Secy of State John Kerry apparently responded to PM Netanyahu's call to denounce Iran's Holocaust cartoon contest.
In September 2006 shots were fired at the synagogue, and since then Police have stepped-up patrols in the area.
Venezuelan President Maduro declares a state of emergency as he fights to retain control over a population increasingly protesting rule by his administration.
“We do not mean to approve or deny the Holocaust," said the exhibition's curator. Good to know.
On April 11, 2002, Al-Qaeda blew up a truck bomb attack near El Ghriba synagogue in Djerba.
“We encourage all eligible ex-pats in Israel and elsewhere to make sure they are on the electoral registry before the June 7 deadline to ensure they can vote."
Jewish travelers en route to Paris from Barcelona were pulled from the flight on the British EasyJet airline.
The open rebuke was a deadly jibe at Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon, who defended and supported Golan's speech and the sentiments he noted.
Venezuela used a presentation by 'Yesh Din' about price tag attacks to compare Israelis to German Nazis.
Mladenov appeared deeply offended by the PM's suggestion that his staff were uneducated.
In the past, Trump had been unwilling to confront Duke's increasingly more outrageous and openly anti-Semitic comments.
"As the world remembers one of the most horrific events in modern history, Christians, Jews and people of conscience must commit to make a stand and say never again."
It is a very serious matter that police do not permit Jews to protest the police own racist actions."
"Every time I arrive in my uniform, my 82-year-old grandfather starts crying."
Several local councils across the UK voted to boycott Israeli goods after 2009, when Israel refused to embrace the Hamas' need to shoot rockets at its civilian population.
Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis adds his view to the boiling broth over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
The university said it is not willing to condemn the posters and say that they were a form of hate speech or intimidation.
Britain's Labour Party has actually suspended 50 members over the past two months due to anti-Semitism and racism, but only 13 were publicized.
"If I post something from Adele or Taylor Swift, you can bet it'll be gone in a few hours."