The "Million Man March" in Washington was held under the threatening slogan of "Justice or Else."
The Washington Post journalist is accused of espionage. The regime is using his conviction to stack the deck for a proposed prisoner swap.
There were an estimated 20,000 German Jews who owned guns. In 1933, the Nazis used official records to disarm potential opponents—communists, socialists and Jews.
PM Netanyahu told US Secy of State Kerry on Saturday that Palestinian Authority leaders are behind Israel's current wave of terror.
Terrorism has arrived again in New York with a firebomb attack on Israeli Chabad yeshiva students walking in Manhattan.
Kerry told Abbas to stop incitement, and he in turn blamed Israeli settlers for provoking violence.
NY Mayor Bill de Blasio will deliver the keynote address at the annual Conference of Mayors, on the topic of how cities can challenge anti-Semitism.
Four long-range Russian cruise missiles reportedly crashed in Iran Wednesday as they flew overhead towards Syria.
Arab social media are overloaded with photos of the bodies of the Henkins. Jewish leaders urge Obama to say "enough."
NATO expressed "concern" while Russia rips off the mask that the only reason its forces are in Syria is to defeat ISIS.
Russia is throwing its weight around in the Middle East and no one seems prepared to intervene.
Howard Stern tells off Roger Waters for attacking Israel.
State law compels the board to hold a referendum within 90 days of its approval of the annexation, unless it is stopped by a court order in one of two lawsuits which are contesting the annexation.
The FBI helped Moldova bust rings that tried to supply ISIS material that could contaminate large urban areas.
NATO has warned Russia to keep its aircraft, currently in Syria, out of Turkey's air space.
Rabbi Weitzmann said during the dark 1940's: "you cannot celebrate at a time when other Jews are dying."
The State Dept. also is "concerned about mounting tensions" on the Temple Mount, without suggesting the source of the conflict.
Some members worried that the largely Muslim refugees would hold anti-Semitic views, but they decided not to be “governed by our fears.”
HIAS President and CEO Mark Hetfield has complained that when he made an appeal at a synagogues to promote Muslim immigration to America, the members asked him why they should support bringing in people who would eventually burn down their synagogues.
The New York Times' editorial Thursday uncharacteristically criticized Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas.