2014 Killer Who Attacked Kansas Jewish Centers Dies in Prison

The killer, Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. said repeatedly in his trial and interviews with media that he went to those locations seeking to kill Jews.

US Takes ‘Principled Decision‘ in Skipping Anti-Semitic Durban Conference

Managing director of global communications at the American Jewish Committee Avi Mayer praised the decision, tweeting: “Kudos for rejecting hate.”

Architect of World Trade Center Memorial to Lead Pittsburgh Tree of Life Reconstruction

New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind will spearhead the project.

Army Corps of Engineers Completed Hardened Hangar for Israel’s F-35s

This is not the first hardened hangar project the US Army Corps of Engineers has helped deliver in Israel in support of the F-35 program, and it likely won’t be the last.

Former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in Home Confinement after 252 Days in Prison

President Donald Trump was rumored to consider pardoning Silver but decided not to do so on his last day in office.

Jews Troubled After Court Releases Man Arrested for Multiple Bronx Synagogue Attacks

“Change the no-bail laws or New York may become the next Paris!"

Visiting for a Wedding, Israeli Chabad Man Shot and Killed in Baltimore

Efraim Gordan, 31, in town for a wedding, was approaching the home of a family member when he was shot and killed by an assailant.

Seattle Police Investigating Man’s Nazi Salute, Death Threats, on Jewish Woman’s Security Camera

"My entire life is affected by what anti-Semitism can do, and this is the most overt incident I've ever experienced, and I'm scared," the homeowner said.

Michigan Jewish Community Urges Appeals Court to Restrict Anti-Semitic Protests Outside Synagogue

One child claimed in a deposition that she felt “under attack” and was thankful when her family moved away.

These Israel Startups Are Helping to Improve Americans’ Health

This is the beginning of a new era for digital health, and the involvement of Israeli startups in the American health market has become more significant than ever.

Iranian Dissidents on Manhattan Billboard: Don’t Trust Ayatollahs’ Apologists in US Media

"They intend to harm America. Do not trust the mullahs’ apologists in the U.S. media.”

Vandals Deface Oregon Holocaust Memorial with Swastikas

In addition to the swastikas, the vandals also graffitied the number 1488, which is a combination of two popular white supremacist numeric symbols.

Former Israeli Ambassadors Say Kerry’s History of Conflict with Israel Lends Weight to Iranian...

The backlash over allegations that former Secretary of State John Kerry may have provided Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif inside information on Israeli military operations has sparked calls for an investigation.

Oregon University Sacks Whistle-Blower Who Accused Its First Black President of Anti-Semitism

The university released a statement after Tuesday's firing, saying Pollack-Pelzner “deliberately circulated false statements about the university, its employees and its board.”

NYPD Arrests Suspect in String of Vandalized Riverdale Synagogues

Police say the arrest was made following surveillance, stakeouts, and patrolling.

Mossad Chief, National Security Adviser Meet with Biden

Talks on renewing the 2015 JCPOA nuclear deal began last month in Vienna.

US Sending Team to Mideast to Calm Fears Over Iran Deal

Another issue to be discussed: the U.S. sale of F-35 fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates as part of a larger $23 billion arms deal.

El Al Dreamliner Escorted by Fighters from 4 Countries After Bomb Threat

The airline and Israel's Civil Aviation Authority have not yet commented on the event.

Leaked Zarif Tape Repudiates Iran’s Narrative of ‘Moderates’ vs. ‘Hardliners’

Expert Behnam Ben Taleblu: in the Islamic Republic, the foreign ministry is not where foreign policy is made.

Jersey Town Sued for Discrimination Against Its Orthodox Jews

AG Grewal filed lawsuit against Jackson, NJ, saying its zoning laws prevent Jews from practicing their religion.

Groups Ask California Appropriations Committee Not to Waste Millions on Dangerous Ethnic Studies Requirement

A comprehensive analysis of the support of more than 100 university scholars and academics found the claims are wholly unsubstantiated.

Andrew Yang May Clinch Mayoral Primaries with Endorsement from Borough Park Jews

And then, on Wednesday, Yang received a gift from the universe, when his opponent Scott Stringer was accused of sexually assaulting a political lobbyist.

ZOA Wins Vote on Expulsion from Boston JCRC

The petition criticized Mort Klein’s rhetoric on Black Lives Matter, George Soros, Barack Obama, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar.

EXCLUSIVE: Blind Michigan Judge Wants to Export Israeli Special Needs Know-How to Arab World

While working as a lawyer, Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein was known as a tireless advocate for people with special needs, and much of his legal work has focused on protecting the rights of people with disabilities.

YU LGBTQ Sue Administrators for Discrimination

The late Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik, the profound spiritual leader of YU, was adamant in his opposition to designating the religious Jewish university as a non-sectarian institution in 1970.

Biden May Nominate Hillary’s Designated Chief of Staff as Ambassador to Jerusalem

Back during the 2020 presidential campaign, Nides served as a Biden and Kamala Harris proxy, but came across more as a Hillary proxy.

George Washington Letter to Savannah Jewish Community to be Auctioned Off

Initial bidding for the newspaper clipping that contains the letter, which is said to be in “very good condition,” begins at $18,000.

Riverdale Synagogue Vandal Strikes Again

The rampage, under investigation by the police hate crime taskforce, began in Riverdale and Fieldston last Thursday and continued through Saturday in the NYPD 50th precinct.

Kerry Denies Revealing Israeli Strikes in Syria to Iran – Republicans Want Him Sacked

The serious question regarding the Kerry revelations is not whether or not he made them, of course he did.

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