Zoabi humiliated the cops and told the crowd that "We should spit in their faces."
Argentina's new Justice Minister will not appeal a court decision to annul an agreement shielding Iran from responsibility for the AMIA atrocity.
The lock to a shul in southeastern Paris was coated with poison, sickening more than a dozen congregants.
The UAW website still features a disturbing "Open Letter from Jewish Officers and Members in Support of Divestment," which repeats the common BDS verbiage against the Jewish State.
A private foundation in Hungary plans to erect a statue to honor a notorious anti-Semite in a town east of Budapest.
The Ramallah based fund explicitly stated that the purpose of the core grant to Breaking the Silence is to support the propaganda campaigns the organization conducts in Europe and the United States.
The Danish parliament supports “problem organizations” such as Badil, a group promoting “a de-Zionized Palestine of a single state.”
Jews in Geneva are warned to be "vigilant" as the Swiss city goes on high alert. Police hunt for 4 men with links to ISIS.
Jordanian soldiers plucked the yarmulkas from the heads of a Jewish father and son at the border crossing.
PA hatred and incitement against Israel and Jews rises to a new level with terrorist photos adorning a Christmas tree.
Trump's 'No Muslim' proposal is no more racist than similar established policies which raised no outcry by US or anyone else.
A Chabad rabbi answers anti-Semitism on campus by bringing more light to the school with a public Chanukah menorah.
Vandals tried to destroy Chanukiyah in NYC's Carl Schurz Park, but it is repaired and ready for lighting tonight.
Forum audience members were asked to raise their hands if they had ever made a complaint to the BBC, and just about everyone in the room—500 Jews—raised their hands.
ISIS ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who was killed in a police manhunt, had plans to attack Jewish areas.
"We were deeply disappointed to come across this video in which our soldiers’ testimonies were not only misused, but also severely distorted."
Three of those NGOs have attempted to have Israeli officials, including Tzipi Livni, arrested in Europe for alleged “war crimes,” prompting the British and Spanish governments to amend their laws.
Tadzhuddin is probably the most visible Muslim clergyman in Russia, in his capacity as leader of all the Muslims in Moscow and Central Russia.
German NGO Pro Asyl criticized those comments, saying it was unfortunate that a Jewish group was sharing the same position as a conservative Bavarian party.
American Jewish leaders and rabbis and becoming more fearful of radical Islamists and pro-Arab harassment at Israel solidarity demonstrations.
Their conclusions make room for strictly one side of each issue. That's something worthy of study.
Belgian authorities have ramped up the terror threat to Level 4 in Brussels -- the highest possible -- and closed down the metro.
Order must be maintained.
ISIS may have hit the theater because it hosted pro-Israel events. Three months ago, its Jewish owners sold it.
Forty years ago, a dark chapter was written in the UN’s history, and despite the retraction of the resolution, the hypocrisy and delegitimization against Israel still echo in the halls of the UN.