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Italian Senator Apologizes, Not Really Forgiven, for ‘Elders of Zion’ Tweet

Special thanks to Google Translate for your fine Italian to English translation, without which writing this article would have been impossible.

Bulgarian Synagogue Targeted in Stoning Attack

“Jews in Bulgaria are proud members of society, and their security must be of utmost importance and concern."

Israeli Company Looking to Conquer European Hummus Market

Quality hummus tastes close to sour cream, and after you've eaten a lot of it, you'll still crave more. Factory hummus, by definition, is stale, sour, and mealy. It can't be helped.

Heavy Rains Unearth Ancient Horse Figurines in Northern Israel

"It should be noted that in our region, almost only men were depicted in figurines as riding horses, while women were carved in the context of fertility, motherhood, and sexuality."

Israel Adds CAR-T Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment to Healthcare Basket

Young patients in particular have had great success in recovery with this form of treatment.

Israel Prepares for Visit by Prime Minister of Muslim-Majority Republic of Mali

Mali's Prime Minister Maiga met in 2018 with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Liberia.

Crown Heights Rabbi: Not All Attacks Due to Anti-Semitism

“Some of the ... incidents may have been random crime or committed by people struggling with mental health issues.”

Report: Habayit Hayehudi Contemplated Suicide

Party CEO Nir Auerbach became Persona non grata to some members when it turned out he had been in on the Bennett-Shaked parlor trick.

Reform Clergy Explains How Anti-Semitism Drove Her Away from Women’s March

Guzik reminded Guereca and Katz of their assurances that "if a speaker went off script, the managers of the program would raise the music."

UK Brings Remains of 6 Holocaust Victims to Final Rest in Jewish Cemetery

A memorial garden is to be built on the site where the six victims have been laid to rest.

Israel Navy Rescues Drifting French Sailor

The sailor, Jean Francois Colas, 60, was taken to an Israeli hospital in Ashdod for further treatment.

Netanyahu Attacks Mandelblit Directly over ‘Questionable Timing’ of TV Interview

The AG allegedly told his circle: "The talking points come directly from above, the prime minister is dragging the entire country down with him, it's sad and it will hurt all of us."

Yeshiva University to Launch NYC-Based Hub for Israeli Startups

Students visited more than 15 startup firms in sectors such as cyber security, medicine, biotech, agrotech, finance and artificial intelligence.
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Saturn’s Atmosphere Proves Deep, Its Rings Young

As the Cassini spacecraft reached its final act, Weizmann Institute of Science researchers participated in the last phase of the 20-year mission.

Forward’s ‘Savior’ Loses Readership, Goes Strictly Digital, Fires Half the Staff

The Forward's publisher Fishman Feddersen, the Carly Fiorina of Jewish newspapers, should take down entire boastful paragraphs of her bio, ASAP...

Police Gagged Investigation Concerns Corrupt Judicial Appointments

Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has recused himself from the investigation due to his friendship with the main suspect.

Smotrich: Bennett and Shaked Left ‘Atomic Mess’ in Habayit Hayehudi

"They abandoned the religious Zionist party at the last-minute, and now in Habayit Hayehudi there is a war of everyone against everyone else, its all empty, and void, and waste."

Terror Strikes Luxury Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya

Al Shabab killed 67 people in Nairobi in 2013; the group slaughtered 150 in 2015.

New IDF Chief Promises ‘Lethal, Efficient, Innovative Army’

In his farewell speech, outgoing chief Eizenkot responding to the harsh criticism directed at himself and the IDF by outgoing IDF ombudsman Yitzhak Brick.

Israeli Divers to Scour Danube in Search of Remains of Jewish Victims

Most of the Jews – especially the children – died immediately because the water was freezing cold.

Meet Vegan, Philosophy Major Aviv Kochavi, New IDF Chief of Staff

Kochavi is credited with the idea of using a 5 kg hammer to break down walls and cross through homes in refugee camps to prevent soldiers from being shot by snipers.
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Watch: Sea Turtles Rescued After Injuries From Underwater Explosions in Search for Oil &...

Over a three-day period only 46 sea turtles were found, where normally 250 sea turtles usually swim.

Israeli-Led Team Discovers How Supermassive Black Holes in Space Are ‘Fed’

Israeli scientists find that some supermassive black holes are triggered to grow, suddenly devouring a large amount of gas in their surroundings.

White Paper: UNRWA’s Claim Hereditary Refugee Status Not Unique ‘Simply Untrue’

"UNRWA transfers the 'registered refugee' status, automatically, through the generations, while refusing to take any actions that would end this status."

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