Nisman was the chief investigator of the 1994 car bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires that killed 85.
In a lawsuit between a Jewish school and parents, a shul weighs in to give its "pro-Israel" hecksher.
Netanyahu has until Passover to follow the coalition agreement he signed with the ultra-Orthodox, or else.
Saadon is part of a kind of trend of false reporting of jihadist attacks in France.
The British prime minister was speaking during a parliamentary question period in response to a query from opposition Labor MP Imran Hussain.
"Better to give up the Yiddish and let everyone understand the material, rather than maintain the tradition and lose the students' attention."
Jewish donor dollars are going to fund a program honoring that "great humanitarian" Rachel Corrie.
Real estate developers told to 'go back to Israel' and 'go to Lakewood' in South Philadelphia Monday night.
One student tweeted, "Full-blown anti-Semitism allowed at my college . . . I witnessed this and froze in fear."
The ancient copper mines in Timna, deep in Israel’s Arava Valley, are believed by some to be the site of King Solomon's mines.
"How can we help?" Goldstein wanted to know.
ZAKA volunteers were called to the scene, where they performed emergency treatment, but eventually pronounced the man dead.
UTJ MK Israel Eichler turned their lemons into a kind of lemonade saying he wouldn't give the Reform the satisfaction by leaving government.
Rabbi Emanuel Holzer was one of the first and most active in helping to grow the "kosher food industry" at the OU.
Absent for most of the war and fluent in neither Arabic or Hebrew, Max Blumenthal hoodwinked PEN Canada into headlining him as war correspondent.
The historic motion was a wall-to-wall rejection of BDS by the lawmakers of the Canadian people.
The hands-on virtual workspace that will allow scholars around the world to work together simultaneously.
Even the BBC, that bastion of fairness in reporting, was accused by the underground posters of reporting with a pro-Israel bias.
Audrey Azoulay is a native of Morocco and the daughter of an adviser to the king.
Naturally, in a country without a constitution guaranteeing freedom of speech, the policeman is king.