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Miki Zohar blasts 'arrogant' and 'racist' Ze'ev Elkin, who says it's just that kind of behavior that drove him to join Gideon Sa'ar's New Hope
UN agency warns of 'catastrophic moral failure' of wealthy countries moving ahead with vaccinations while poorer areas are left behind
Century-old Jewish frat says Andrew Borans's independent involvement with Turning Point USA, which sent demonstrators 'to fight for this president,' is his 'constitutional right'
'I can't get over it,' chef says after French establishment is granted legendary gastronomic award
Move expected to benefit network by placing it alongside Israel's 3 major channels on TV remotes; unclear if station, sometimes likened to Fox News, will rebrand
Publishers won't hold publicity campaign for translation of Hitler's 1925 book and have set a high price to ensure it isn't widely accessible
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Author's daughter says group with Hitler portraits and swastikas as their personal photos broke into meeting with threats to 'burn you all'
Wiesenthal Center calls Dylan Rodriguez's remarks part of a broader push in academia to 'demonize Zionism'
Her potential presidential ambitions notwithstanding, trailblazing VP-elect has proven a loyal partner to Biden, rarely contradicting him publicly. But 'she’s no shrinking violet'
Kingdom's Human Rights Commission says 27 sentenced to death last year, a decrease of 85% over 2019; drop partially due to moratorium on death penalty for drug offenses
Officers publicize image of man wanted in connection with killing of Yehuda and Tamar Kaduri two years ago
Donor gave money via San Francisco Jewish federation to Tea Party Patriots, a group that denies funding the Capitol insurrection though organizers of the riot say it did
David Friedman attends cabinet meeting during last week of posting; PM thanks him for American recognition of Jerusalem and Golan Heights, softened stance on settlements
Tehran is trying to gain leverage in expected negotiations with the US, experts say; but it's also gradually advancing its nuclear weapons capability: 'We are getting 2030 in 2020'
Israel has long opposed Palestinian Authority activity in East Jerusalem, cracking down on its operations in the city's boundaries
Oversized orange balloon soared above Parliament Square in protests when Trump visited the UK in 2018
Israel's BrainWatch Tech is working on prototype of device that will automatically measure and record pupillary reactions to light in patients with severe brain injury
Demonstrators gather outside cabinet offices in capital Khartoum with signs reading 'Abraham Accords are American blackmail in exchange for submission'
Yoav Gallant had pledged to keep 'groups that act in contradiction to education system's goals' away from schools after B'Tselem said it will refer to Israel as 'apartheid state'