ADL List of Hatemongers Highlights Alt Right, Ignores US Left

The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV), a growing organization representing over 200 US mainstream Orthodox rabbis, on Thursday criticized the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for “abandoning its historic mission of defending the Jewish people” by giving a “free pass” to anti-Semitism coming from left-wing activists. Read more

Congo President Joseph Kabila and Family Worth Millions

Congo President Joseph Kabila and his family own stakes in more than 80 companies at home and abroad that are likely worth tens of millions of dollars, a report by a U.S.-based body said on Thursday. Read more

Alexander Lapshin Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison

Blogger Alexander Lapshin, who illegally visited the occupied Azerbaijani territories and entered into a criminal conspiracy with the Armenians living in the occupied territories, was sentenced to three years in prison by the Baku Court on Grave Crimes. Read more

ThyssenKrupp Freezes Partnership With Miki Ganor

German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp has frozen its relationship with their representative in Israel, businessman Miki Ganor. Read more

Did Israel Allow Germany To Sell Submarines To Egypt?

One of the more curious and perhaps more serious aspects of the submarine affair is the Israeli approval given to Germany to sell advanced submarines to Egypt as well. Read more

Who Is Ike Kaveladze?

An eight participant has been identified as attending the 2016 meeting where Donald Trump Jr. was promised dirt on Hillary Clinton: Ike Kaveladze, a vice president in a real estate firm owned by Russian billionaire Aras Agalarov. Read more

Miki Ganor To Become State Witness In Submarine Probe

Miki Ganor, a representative of ThyssenKrupp in Israel who is at the center of the submarine probe and is suspected of a series of criminal offences, is negotiating terms to become state witness, causing his defense attorney Nati Simhoni to resign. Read more

DryShips Stock Scheme Wipes Out Investors

After a veering wild ride that saw its value soar and sink but kept him rich the strange saga of Greek carrier DryShips owner George Economou has gotten even more bizarre with a suit charging his company and a Toronto businessman conspired to sell stocks that made them rich but left unwitting investors with worthless holdings. Read more

Court Keeps Submarine Graft Suspects Behind Bars

A court on Thursday ordered two high-level figures suspected in a massive graft scandal over submarine purchases to remain behind bars for several days, as a judge said investigators were continuing to uncover the scandal. Read more