September 19, 2018

Aaron Bandler

Judge Royce Lamberth, a federal judge of the District of Columbia, will request Israel for their assistance in a dispute with Russia over religious texts.
Germany is going to be investigating Kuwait Airways for their discrimination of Israeli passengers. Alexander Dobrindt, the German Federal Transport...
The “One of Us” Netflix documentary came out on Friday chronicling three former members of the Hasidic Jewish community and how they were...
Leon Wieseltier, a former editor for The New Republic and a fellow for the Brookings Institute, has admitted to engaging in inappropriate behavior...
Heidi Ewing, a co-director of the "One of Us" Netflix documentary, has apologized for her comments about Hasidic Jews being targeted during the...
Director Roman Polanski is facing an allegation of molesting an underage girl in 1975, adding to the torrent of sexual assault allegations against...
A myriad of anti-Semitic fliers were posted on Cornell University’s campus on Monday morning. The fliers featured a slew of anti-Semitic tropes and...
UC Berkeley’s student newspaper, The Daily Californian, is under fire for publishing an editorial cartoon of Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz that...
A group of Israeli Arabs spoke at Israeli American Council (IAC) event explaining how their life experiences in Israel debunk the notion that Israel...
The Palestinian Authority mission in Colombia called for the destruction of Israel in a tweet on Thursday that has been deleted.
Gilbert Rozon, a household name in Canada through his work in the field of entertainment, is stepping down from his programs after facing several...
Hamas is rejecting the notion that they need to recognize Israel’s right to exist and disarm their military as they’re in the process of potentially...
Harvey Weinstein is being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) after an unnamed actress is claiming that Weinstein raped her in 2013.
Israel has made it clear it will not negotiate with any unity government between Fatah and Hamas unless a set of conditions are met.
A federal judge in Hawaii struck down the Trump administration’s latest travel ban under the grounds that it “plainly discriminates based on nationality.”
Actress Mayim Bialik has faced criticism for writing in a column that women should dress modestly to avoid sexual harassment in Hollywood.
The Scaramucci Post, the new media outlet created by President Trump’s former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, is getting lambasted...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a simple message for Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Monday: “Delete your account.”
Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a law on Wednesday that slaps harsher sentences on those who use social media as part of a violent crime.
The American Israeli Medical Association (AIMA) held its 10th annual BioMedTech summit on Sunday, focusing on the current state of Israeli medicine and...
A remarkable story has emerged of a Holocaust survivor leaving her father behind on the train cars headed for Auschwitz and receiving a message from...
President Trump announced on Friday that he will not recertify the Iran nuclear deal and will implement sanctions against the...
Jewish millennials are familiar with the widely popular dating app JSwipe and the longtime dating website JDate. Now, a brand new Jewish dating app has...
A sukkah that was residing on the Kansas State University (KSU) campus was vandalized on Friday evening.
Iran reportedly attempted to purchase illegal technology for its missile and nuclear programs numerous times in 2016, according to German intelligence.
The Jewish news site Tablet published a piece on Monday that referred to Harvey Weinstein as “a deeply Jewish kind of pervert.”
Much of URJ Camp Newman’s summer campsite in Santa Rosa has been destroyed by the catastrophic wildfires.
A group of Ohio legislators are looking to pass a bill condemning the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement that undermines the nation of Israel.
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