Cuts to leave US office combating antisemitism ...
In February, a statement by over 100 Holocaust organisations, educators and scholars urged the US government not to do this
Artist taking on dark side of Luther’s legacy
Family of dead student ‘tortured’ by North Kore...
Student released by North Korea was 'member of Hillel'
Israel optimistic about new Saudi crown prince
Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud appears to be serious about modernising the kingdom
Jewish Ossoff misses out on leading the anti-Trump backlash
Democrat took six per cent fewer votes than winner in Republican stronghold.
Ivanka and Jared invited to China ahead of President Trump
The couple are extremely popular in the Asian nation.
Otto Warmbier, student released by N. Korea, dies
Family accuses totalitarian regime of torturing their son, who was heavily involved in Jewish campus life in the US.
Thousands attend funeral of Border Police officer
Staff-Sgt. Maj. Malka was killed by three Palestinian terrorists on Saturday
Otto Warmbier was detained for a year after stealing a propaganda poster
Sunday, June 18, 2017
NZ ‘not apologetic’ as diplomatic ties with Israel restored
Row was kick-started when Kiwis backed controversial UN resolution on territory beyond the Green Line
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Jewish director of Uber resigns amid sexism row
Billionaire David Bonderman made a controversial comment during a meeting about sexism within the company.
Jewish centre bomb-hoaxer pleads guilty
Former journalist Juan Thompson sent threatening emails in an elaborate attempt to bully his ex-girlfriend
Grossman wins Man Booker International Prize
The £50,000 prize is shared with the book’s English translator, Jessica Cohen
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Granddaughter of Nazi sympathisers writes apology letter to Shoah survivor
German woman whose mother grew up in the former house of US survivor says she is ‘ashamed’.
Israeli tennis star dies in New York cycling accident
Dan Hanegby was riding a Citi Bike – the Big Apple’s equivalent of London’s Boris bikes.
Trump intelligence leak on Isis laptop bomb ‘came from Israeli hackers’
Israeli officials are concerned that any information shared with the US could now reach Iran via Russia.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Satmar sect protest Israeli draft laws
The gathering was intended to express solidarity with Charedi yeshiva students in Israel
Broadcaster shelves antisemitism film
According to media reports, the German TV station found the film ‘provocative’
Monday, June 12, 2017
Ugandan Jews' agricultural project is sweet success
The Putti village in eastern Uganda will soon sell their water-melons, onions, peppers and tomatoes to shop-keepers in the nearby town of Mbale
Friday, June 9, 2017
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