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IDF Chief Prosecutor: I’m Openly Gay, Elor Azaria’s Conviction Was ‘Milestone of Justice’

Brigadier General Sharon Afek contributes to the debilitation of the IDF's ability to function as a fighting army.

Jakarta’s Christian Governor Gets 2 Years for Blasphemy against Koran

The governor pointed out that no one in his audience had felt insulted during his campaign speech, in fact, they laughed, appreciating his knowledge of Koran and his sense of humor.

Knesset Speaker: New ‘Nationality Law’ Will Remind Supreme Court It Operates in a Jewish...

Herzog is wrong in claiming Netanyahu stands to gain much from the new law. His rightwing, nationalist members do.

Rivlin: Jewish Property Stolen during Holocaust Must Be Returned

'Time is running out. Fewer than 400,000 survivors are alive today.'

Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel, 94, for Killing Nazi Collaborator

According to Pravda, the investigation into the killing began on April 18, and Col. Steckler does not deny his responsibility for Hasiewicz's death.

Azaria’s Defense Attorney to Appeals Panel: Thousands of Israelis Call for Acquittal

The appeals court has accepted Sheftel's request that Azaria will not begin to serve his sentence until the end of the appeal hearing.

Elor Azariya Appeal Hearing Today

The defense wants him exonerated, the prosecution wants his sentence increased.

Pro-BDS Students Sue Fordham University Over Rejection of Students for Justice in Palestine

"The call for boycott, divestment and sanctions of Israel presents a barrier to open dialogue and mutual learning and understanding," Fordham's administration explained.

Omar Barghouti Awarded Peace Prize in New Haven, Confronted by Jewish Students At Columbia...

Members of the Students Supporting Israel (SSI) at Columbia U. held signs accusing Barghouti of lying about BDS.

Ayelet Shaked Appoints First Female Qadi

Many Arab Muslim scholars disagree with women's qualification to be Qadis.

Orthodox Lawmakers Prepare to Fight Supreme Court’s Sabbath Ruling

Orthodox parties are working on new legislation to protect the Sabbath in Israel.

Despite Haredi Outcry, Supreme Court Ruling Cuts Number of Businesses Open on Shabbat

Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.

Supreme Court Rules Israeli Service Employees Must Work on Shabbat

'The State of Israel is not Jewish without observing Shabbat and not democratic without observing the law.'

Israeli, Russian Prosecutors Sign Cooperation Agreement

The Russian and Israeli prosecutors have also agreed to jointly combat illegal migration and human trafficking, cyber crime, and corruption.

Montana Jewish Woman Suing Neo-Nazi Publisher over Anti-Semitic Harassment Campaign

Anglin has been on a Nazi tear since the Trump victory, which he described: 'Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor.'

IDF Court Gives Only 6 Years to Arab Murderer

The court adopted a scenario favoring the defendant which even the defense had not raised.

New Book: Allies Knew of Death Camps in 1942, Indicted Adolf Hitler for War...

Even Yad Vashem, whose research on the Holocaust is highly regarded, must now update its archives to reflect the new revelations.

Surfers Who Threatened MK Tibi ‘You Will Soon Die’ Acquitted: ‘Just Wishful Thinking’

The judge ruled the threats were "wishful thinking which the accused left for the Holy One Blessed Be His name to carry out as best He can."

Former MK Basel Ghattas Sentenced to Two Years in Plea Bargain Deal

Ghattas was caught smuggling cellphones to convicted terrorists in jail.

Palestinian Authority Defies America, Raising Payments to ‘Martyrs’ Families

Abbas is raising payments to families of "martyrs," including lifetime monthly payments to families of suicide bombers.

Court Rejects Police Demand to Remove Temple Mount Activist Who May Conduct Pascal Sacrifice

At the same time, the Judge issued a restraining order against the activists barring them from entering the Temple Mount compound until Wednesday.

Aftermath of Terror Attack in Sweden – It Could Have Been Worse

The suspected terrorist "burned" himself while trying -- and failing -- to detonate the homemade bomb in the truck he used in the ramming attack.

Federal Judge Gives Go Ahead to Suing Germany in US Court over Nazi-Looted Art

Meanwhile, German Culture Minister Monika Grütters declared the looted collection a national cultural treasure.

Federal Judge Advances Lawsuit Challenging Academia Boycotting Israel

Since the filing of the ASA lawsuit, the American Anthropological Association and the Modern Language Association have both backed down from passing boycott measures.

‘Regulation Act’ Nullifies Demolition Orders in Jewish Settlements

'Starting now, there will be no more enforcement against long-standing construction.'

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