Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt called the move “the wrong signal” at a time “in which Jews and other religious minorities are increasingly being targeted online and …
“The police had enough intelligence to warrant a coordinated national strategy,” an Islamic group claimed.
New agency established on the same day that a Beijing law professor and outspoken critic of Xi Jinping was detained.
The bill next heads to the full Committee for markup. It also includes $225 million “to help address the needs of the Palestinian people, which …
The money that Jews have, the professor said, also “demonstrates the power that the Jews have.”
Populist president has downplayed the impact of the virus in the world’s second most-affected country.
24.5 percent of Israelis support applying sovereignty to all of the West Bank, and 25 percent oppose applying sovereignty to any part.
Hundreds of Orthodox children took to the streets of Brooklyn to protest the ban on sleepaway camps this year.
More than a dozen groups send letter to US football league demanding a change in branding for the franchise.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says, ‘Enough is enough’ after 8-year-old girl killed near US protests’ flashpoint.
Trudeau cites possible US tariffs and the coronavirus as reasons not to attend meeting of US, Mexico presidents.
“It politicizes US support for Israel’s security.”
The university said in a statement that removing the mural is necessary for the community to heal.
If the annexation goes through, Israeli civil law will be applied to the area currently controlled by the IDF’s Civil Administration.
The amount approved will be entirely approved depending on the amount of time that has elapsed since a soldier’s release.
Prosecutors say the accused confessed to an alleged plot to cause mass civilian and military casualties in the attack.
The United States has failed to provide sufficient evidence of an ongoing or imminent attack against its interests to justify the strike, the expert ruled.
In Iraq, media and commentators are still vulnerable to the language of the bullet rather than the language of debate.
Amy Cooper will face criminal charges over call to New York City police falsely claiming Black man was threatening her.
ICE issued new rules for online courses and student visas as Trump demanded that ‘SCHOOLS MUST OPEN IN THE FALL!’
US accuses Russia of violating military pact signed in the aftermath of the Cold War.
Al-Hashemi was attacked by unknown gunmen near his home in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
FM Cavusoglu says Ankara will not be held hostage by Greece and Cyprus and called on EU to be an ‘honest broker’.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for Hashemi’s killing.
Chicago has seen rampant gang violence for years while its police force has faced accusations of corruption.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s comments were made during a live webinar on Tuesday with The Jerusalem Post.
UK rejects allegations of ‘gross interference’ over response to China’s imposition of new security law in Hong Kong.
Book’s cover reads, ‘Today, Donald is much as he was at three years old: incapable of growing, learning, or evolving.’
Justices earlier invoked fears of bribery and chaos if electors could cast their ballots regardless of the popular vote.
WHO has long maintained COVID-19 is spread via larger respiratory droplets and dismissed possibility of aerosol route.
On Sunday the country will enter a near lock down, with the country reporting more than 11,000 coronavirus infected persons.
The new regulations rolled out by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the government on Monday are a positive step toward stopping the spread of the …
New Israeli elections would take at least four months, so that a new Israeli government would most likely be formed only after the US presidential …
Gantz has to deal with criticism from Lapid and opposition MKs and with a lack of cooperation from Netanyahu, which only gives the opposition more …
The social workers have halted social services in government ministries and local authorities, demanding the Finance Ministry open negotiations over their desperate work conditions.
Boris Mints Institute 2020 Research Conference to be held online Thursday, July 9
Cases are rocketing in most of the US as the original hot spot, New York, sees lowest hospitalisations since March 18.
With international flights still suspended, many who depend on tourism are worried about how they will survive.
Athletes using sport as platform to highlight societal issues is not new, but backlash, hostility continues to be loud.
Trump wrongly accused Wallace of perpetrating a ‘hoax’ in the wake of incident involving a noose in a garage stall.
The state will take over the national airline company until it could be sold to an investor.
The reaction in the Toronto and wider Canadian Jewish community has been fierce.
The visit is seen by Palestinians as part of Rajoub’s effort to achieve reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas.
The two allegedly had sexual relations with 15-year-olds last month.
On Monday, the government approved a set of new regulations to help limit the spread of the coronavirus across Israel. What are they?
Emilio Lozoya, who is wanted in Mexico on charges including bribery and money laundering, has agreed to be extradited.
With a population of about 2.8 million people, Qatar has one of the world’s highest per capita rates of infection.
Border between New South Wales and Victoria shut down indefinitely as COVID-19 cases soar.
Compound which was hit likely more vulnerable than Natanz facility itself.
“You can assume that once you have more than one satellite in parallel in the sky, you achieve better visit times over the targets of …
For Japan, it is the worst natural disaster since a typhoon stuck last October.
Rivlin also invited the family Ben-Zikri saved, a Bedouin family from Hura, to the event.
The move aims to allow the automotive company to drive innovation and benefit from secure and open public clouds for businesses
A study of more than 13,000 remote workers across many countries found that the majority of respondents take the advice from their corporate IT team …
Historians at the University of Chicago and teachers in Afghanistan are working to save artefacts.
Xu Zhangrun, who wrote articles critical of the government, taken from Beijing home by policemen, his friends say.
Lapid lamented that the government was not differentiating between an arena and a community center in its limitations on congregating.
Shtayyeh called on Palestinian workers in Israel to stay overnight at their work places and not to move on a daily basis through the border …
President Uhuru Kenyatta says international flights to resume on August 1 and restrictions to be lifted in main cities.
The WZO will be doing so in multiple parts. The first will sponsor members of the LGBTQ+ community to make aliyah and firm their connection …