Anne Pollard, the first wife of Jonathan Pollard, who was freed on Friday after serving thirty years in a US prison for spying for Israel, is suing the Israeli government for millions of dollars, Channel 10 reported Sunday. The report did not mention the specific amount being claimed.
An Israeli woman whose Jewish faith was called into question by a rabbinic court in 2012 despite her being raised as a Jew has filed an appeal in a bid to ensure her daughter avoids suffering the same fate.
A Jewish student at the Netherlands’ prestigious Leiden University experienced a shocking initiation rite recently, when fellow students spray-painted swastikas and Nazi symbols on the walls of his room. The university’s management has announced that it would take harsh measures against the students.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu opened his weekly Cabinet meeting Sunday by addressing the decision by German department store KaDeWe to remove articles from Judea, Samaria, Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights from its shelves.
At least one Israeli has been lightly wounded in a car-ramming attack at Kfar Adumim Junction, northeast of Jerusalem.
Bruce Allen Erickson, the CEO and president of Bozeman-based American Bank, died Wednesday in a helicopter crash.
A Rikers Island correction officer raped a female inmate for more than 15 minutes while another officer watched, a new Manhattan federal lawsuit charges.
SAN FRANCISCO – Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said on Friday he will take two months of paternity leave after his daughter’s birth, a strong statement from one of the busiest and most powerful US executives on the importance of family time.
Belgium put the capital Brussels on maximum security alert on Saturday, shutting the metro and warning people to avoid crowds because of a “serious and imminent” threat of coordinated, multiple attacks by militants.
The Labour Party’s national executive committee has voted to boycott security company G4S, over its links to Israel.