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Jewish Carpenter Sues NYC Over Alleged Anti-Semitism

A Jewish carpenter is suing New York City’s Housing Authority after allegedly being threatened and insulted with anti-Semitic epithets.

Jewish Men: Watch Out Smashing the Glass Under the Chuppah!

Jewish males alert: A bridegroom actually gashed his foot while smashing the glass under the chuppah during his wedding in Tel Aviv.

Former Head of 92nd Street Y Commits Suicide

The former director of the 92nd Street Y is dead after hanging himself last Friday at his home in Seagate.

Hadassah Hospital Recovery Calls for $869 Million in Funding and Cuts

A recovery plan for Jerusalem’s bankrupt Hadassah Medical Organization calls for an additional $869 million in funding and cuts to the hospital’s services.

Amnesty International Admits Flawed Reporting on Israeli ‘Abuses’

Amnesty International reporter admits Palestinian Arabs often mislead human rights activists.

Clinton Condemns Boko Haram Now, But Refused When State Dept. Head

Clinton's State Department refused to name Boko Haram as foreign terrorist organization in 2011.

Ministers Approve ‘No Release’ Bill for Convicted Killers

Government finally moves to bar release of murderers; terror victims' families long sought this step

UCD Rejects BDS

The student senate at the University of California, Davis did not approve a divestment resolution targeting Israel. The vote at 2 a.m. on Thursday ended...

Nazi Epithet Removes Amos Oz From Israeli Discourse

Oz claims graffiti or slashed tires are today’s equivalent of Dr Mengele; what is left to discuss?

Rabbi, Pastor Call for Religious Freedom on Temple Mount

An Israeli rabbi and American Christian pastor have joined together to combat discriminatory practices against non-Muslimes at the Temple Mount. Rabbi Yehudah Glick Glick, chairman...

Breakthrough in Heart Research at Hebrew U

Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced on Sunday a discovery that could have important implications for the treatment of heart failure. The research,...

Dozens of Afula Residents Riot over Dadon Murder

Afula residents are angry at the murder of Shelly Dadon by terrorists.

UK Shechitah Advocate Wants Precise Labeling for Meat Industry

Shechitah advocates wrote that UK consumers of meat not produced through ritual slaughter “should also be told the method of slaughter: captive bolt shooting, gassing, electrocution, drowning, trapping, clubbing or any of the other approved methods.”

Latvian School Features ‘Jew-Free’ Sign

The entrance to a nursery school in Latvia featured a German-language sign advertising the establishment as being “Jew-free.”

Thousands Protest in Afula

2500 people marched in protest in Israel's northern town of Afula on Saturday night, in memory of Shelly Dadon who was killed in a...

Newsweek’s at it Again

Israel has demanded that US Intelligence officials either show evidence that any of these allegations have happened, or openly state there is no basis to Newsweek's stories.

Project ‘Great in Uniform’: Integrating Those with Special Needs

The goal is to integrate young people with disabilities in the IDF and prepare them for an independent life in Israeli society.

UNHRC Appoints Falk 2.0

Wibisono is replacing the anti-Israeli Richard Falk, or perhaps this is just a Falk 2.0 upgrade.

Capitol Hill Honors Diplomat Who Aided Jews And Challenged FDR

During a Q & A session after the screening, audience members strongly praised the film and urged that it be shown in schools.

Jewish WWII Veterans Mark Victory Day in Israel

Hundreds of Jewish World War II veterans of the Allied armies attended the official Yad Vashem ceremony marking the 69th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany on Thursday, May 8.

Terrorists Open Fire on Kibbutz Migdal Oz

Terrorists shot a few bullets towards Kibbutz Migdal Oz on Thursday night.

Big in Japan

Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu will be traveling to Japan on Saturday evening for a four day meeting to discuss increasing economic and diplomatic cooperation.

No Israel in this Year’s Eurovision

Israeli candidate Mei Finegold made it as far as the semifinals for Eurovision, but not didn't make the final round.

An Israeli Italian Strike

The Israeli version of the Italian strike left hundred of travelers stuck at the airport with long delays, and one flight was completely cancelled.

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