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Scarlett Johansson Filed for Divorce

In January 2014, Johansson resigned from her position in Oxfam, in response to the group's criticism of her promotions for SodaStream, in Judea.

China Report Slams US Human Rights Violations, Anti-Semitism

The report cites President Trump's derogatory remarks against Muslims and Mexican immigrants, which won the enthusiastic endorsement of white supremacists harboring anti-Semitic, Racist and anti-Muslim ideologies.

Elbit’ Heli-ClearVision Suite Offered on Leonardo’s Helicopters

The Heli-ClearVision suite offered on Leonardo commercial helicopters enables pilots to perform missions under adverse weather and bad visibility conditions.

Education Secretary Praises Agudath Israel on Fight for Private Schools’ Public Funding

Agudath Israel of America endorsed President Trump's choice for Education Secretary, and urged its members to lobby the Senate in favor of her confirmation.

UN Envoy Nikki Haley: Let’s Get Iran and their Proxies Out of Syria

Haley would not comment on the issue of forcing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down. Assad enjoys heavy support from Russia, Iran, and Iran's proxy Hezbollah.

Senator Cardin Will Oppose Friedman’s Nomination

It should be noted that Cardin was among the few Senate Democrats who opposed the Iran deal and stood up to Obama.

Anti-Semitic Threats Against US, Canadian JCCs Continue

"We insist that all relevant federal agencies, including your own, apply all the resources available to bring the perpetrator or perpetrators... to justice."

Israel Considers Options to Buy US Warplanes, Helicopters

Pence and Liberman agreed during their meeting on the need to "counter threats posed by Iran and its proxies as well as terrorist organizations."

COJO Breakfast Brings Out Community Leaders

A multi-faceted, non-sectarian, non-profit social service agency that acts as the eyes and ears of the community to address communal and individual concerns and needs, COJO provides assistance to more than 24,000 clients with more than 55,000 services.

Advocates Make Case In Albany For Increased Aid To Private Schools

State education officials say they spend $26 billion throughout New York on elementary and secondary education. That number is higher than most state budgets and more than the operating budget of many countries.

Shearith Israel $7.4 million Appeal against Touro Synagogue in Court Wednesday

The $7.4 million dispute between two of America’s oldest Jewish congregations erupted in 2011.

UT Student Government Passes Resolution Supporting Jewish Students

The draft followed anti-Semitic posts on the UT 2020 Facebook page, and vandals breaking a window at the Texas Hillel.

Reports: Jordanian Kingdom’s Collapse Imminent

On top of its strategic troubles, faced with the relentless threat of ISIS and the collapse of trade relations with both Syria and Iraq, Jordan continues to suffer from the unresolved core issue of identity.

Trump Spokesman Condemns ‘Hateful Anti-Semitic Threats’

"As long as [the threats] continue, we'll continue to condemn them and look at ways in which we we can stop them."

New American Zionist Movement President Launches ‘Zionism Forward’

AZM represents American Zionists within the National Institutions of Israel and carries out activities in the US in cooperation with the World Zionist Organization.

Unanimous Letter From U.S. Senate to Trump Administration Asking for Action on JCC Bomb...

"We are concerned that the number of incidents is accelerating and failure to address and deter these threats will place innocent people at risk"

US European Commander Tours IDF Defense Systems, Hamas Tunnel in Israel

EUCOMM Commander Scaparrotti emphasized the U.S. commitment to maintaining Israel's qualitative military edge in the region and defensive capacities.

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman Arrives in Washington

DM Liberman arrived at the Pentagon at midday Tuesday for talks with US Defense Secy James Mattis. The top item on the agenda: Iran.

Knesset Holds Emergency Debate About US Anti-Semitism

"Despite our long-standing practice of coming to the defense of threatened Jewish communities, when it comes to the United States, we are silent."

Bomb Threats Again Strike JCCs, Jewish Day School & ADL Offices [video]

A sixth wave of bomb threats has struck American Jewish institutions across the United States -- but some centers chose not to evacuate this time.

Conservative Movement Reverses Ezra the Scribe, Admits Gentiles

'Now honor the Lord, the God of your ancestors, and do his will. Separate yourselves from the peoples around you and from your foreign wives.'

Court Hearings Rescheduled for Man Accused of Threatening JCCs

Thompson will be in court in St. Louis on Wednesday, as scheduled, for a hearing on his remand until his trial.

Report: F-35A Fighter Jets Can’t Fly Safely in Thunderstorms, Lightning

Two Australian F-35A stealth fighter jets are unable to fly safely in thunder and lightning, according to the Royal Australian Air Force.

US Secy of State Tillerson Explains Trump’s New Counter Terrorism Executive Order

"This order is part of our ongoing efforts to eliminate vulnerabilities that radical Islamist terrorists can and will exploit for destructive ends."

Christian Cleric Urges Americans to Stand With Israel Against BDS

"As one of the few surviving Christians in the Middle-East, I praise God daily for the blessing of being able to call myself an Israeli."

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