“We know that Albania is a good friend of Israel,” Prime Minister Netanyahu said to his Albanian counterpart. “We’re celebrating now 25 years of our relations.”
Zoabi humiliated the cops and told the crowd that "We should spit in their faces."
“I think women can raise the standards — in light of what we hear about the norms of the kashrut supervisors,” Rosen said.
Argentina's new Justice Minister will not appeal a court decision to annul an agreement shielding Iran from responsibility for the AMIA atrocity.
The Limmud FSU Israel festival kicks off Friday with a special musical performance devoted to singer and songwriter Naomi Shemer.
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.
The British singer will appear in Tel Aviv on May 26, the day Israelis celebrate and remember Kabbalist Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.
A private foundation in Hungary plans to erect a statue to honor a notorious anti-Semite in a town east of Budapest.
Netanyahu is ready to expand the government with Lapid's Yesh Atid Party, but the rabbis nixed the idea. "Lapid is a red line."
“It appears that the Arabs do not want any expression of a Jewish foothold in the place.”
The French Jewish group CRIF said the defeat of the National Front brings an "opportunity to effectively address the causes of growth of extremes."
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.
Judge Daphne Barak-Erez wrote, adding: "Let us not replace the question of 'Who is a Jew' with the question of 'What is a Jewish community.'"
Cohen said, "I know what it means to be the deputy—it's better to be at the top."
The President's office says he will not appear when an anti-IDF group speaks, but the line-up of speakers looks like a "Who's Who" of anti-Zionists.
The Israeli President let Obama use him as a prop to promote a pluralistic agenda that turned Hanukkah into an excuse for Obama's agenda.
Rivlin told the New York UJA Federation," We are all one family" and made it a point to refer to a Consrvative leader as a rabbi.
The Danish parliament supports “problem organizations” such as Badil, a group promoting “a de-Zionized Palestine of a single state.”
The Connecticut/Westchester branch of Friends of the IDF arranged for a Hanukkah party for Givati soldiers.