“Where is the concern for the human rights of the many Israelis who’ve been murdered and maimed by these savage terrorists?" Netanyahu asked.
Jewish baseball fans can slake that thirst for knowledge at last at the brand-new Jewish Baseball Museum, online.
Despite his professed friendship with the late Israeli prime minister Yizthak Rabin, Patrick Leahy is possibly the most vehemently anti-Israeli Senator.
Anti-Semitic vandalism has spread to the University of Buffalo, where one scrawl was unmentionable.
"Jews don’t care what religions other people are, and would never deny others the right to worship,” Barr said.
A Cuban Jewish leader says there is no security problem for the community in the island nation.
DC Police tweeted that the shooting was a single, isolated incident and that the threat to the public had been lifted.
Brazil loses the privilege of having Dani Dayan as Israeli ambassador, and New York wins a great liaison.
Ivanka Trump gave birth on Sunday to a beautiful Jewish baby boy, as her father kept saying on the campaign trail.
North Korea again takes aim at the United States with nuclear weapons -- on video.
The court ruling means the entire signed deal is suspended until the Knesset has a chance to review and amend the law.
The court gave Netanyahu a year to fix the "stability clause" or the gas outline is dead.
An Edward Snowden document that was leaked in April 2013 described extensive technical and research cooperation between the NSA and Unit 8200.
Some Muslim Americans resent GOP candidates' calls for police surveillance in their communities - but not all.
Neo-Nazi groups are not new, but they are learning to use technology to spread poison across America.
"It shouldn’t be hard except that the ingrained hatred is tremendous."
In 1977, following an auto accident in Beverly Hills that left him in critical condition with a crushed spleen, he was inspired to pursue a career in comedy.
The University of California Board of Regents formally recognized the link between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.
Far too often, what starts as acceptable, welcomed and appropriate criticism and debate on Israel becomes anti-Zionist discrimination and hate.
AIPAC president admonishes Trump and AIPAC audience for "attacks" on Obama. Hillary's love of Iran Deal? No problem.