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Leading push for Jewish activism on immigration, Alma Hernandez believes her many identities give her a unique perspective on social issues
Speakers at demonstration cite Talmud, Holocaust slogan of 'never again' in opposing practice of separating kids from their families
In one incident, man wearing Israeli flag heckled in Moscow’s Red Square by men shouting 'Palestine'
Two grenades thrown at troops along security fence; incendiary devices flown into Israel from Strip spark 10 fires
Geneva envoy stresses Washington is 'engaged across the board in international organizations'
Tehran is seeking to recover billions in frozen assets that American courts say should go to victims of terror attacks
At some point, the priority of complete personal autonomy in matters of religion stopped working for me
Sure, let's reform Immigration, but not by weaponizing biblical verses to justify a policy of separating families
Release of figures comes after some 220 people died this week in Libyan waters in three separate incidents
Some 1,000 people form human circle off Herzliya coast in what they say is the largest-ever 'paddle out,' call for gas rigs to be moved further from shore
Leading experts at Tel Aviv cybersecurity conference weigh pros and cons of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and the risks of blockchain technology in financial transactions
PM asserts that 'everyone ate from food' his wife is alleged to have ordered illegally, claims charges are based on 'an illegal procedure' and 'won't hold water'
Israeli seat empty in plenary session Friday. Diplomats in Geneva say Jerusalem has reduced its ties with the controversial rights body since US quit on Tuesday
Guides for the iconic Israel journey chase off a contingent of anti-Occupation activists approaching participants with pamphlets, snacks -- and an uncertainty of the trip's intent
Video shows detonation of IDF patrol vehicle, subsequent escape; Lebanese media claims army uncovered Israeli spying device near border
Devices discovered near security checkpoints; incident comes after 2 IEDs thrown at forces in city this week
Suicide might have been the most rational thing I could have done, and what saved me isn't rational at all
All countries must support long-term structural change in energy systems worldwide
Cyprus summit includes conference of three nations' defense industries to bolster collaboration
Sara Netanyahu's charges over takeout charges may be small taters, but they point to larger problems, and the prosecution would rather focus on even bigger issues anyway

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