October 18, 2018

JTA

Two former officials who served as the State Department’s special envoy to combat anti-Semitism called on President Donald Trump to fill the position.
Jewish groups denounced the banning of Jewish Pride flags at a lesbian march in Chicago and called for an apology.
The Jewish resettlement agency HIAS decried the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to allow parts of President Donald Trump’s travel ban to be enforced.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and wife, Jane Sanders, have hired attorneys in the FBI investigation of her alleged bank fraud sought originally by the Trump campaign.
Gal Gadot, the Israeli star of the film “Wonder Woman,” rose to No. 1 on The Hollywood Reporter’s Top Actors list.
The Jewish Agency announced the cancellation on Monday, the day of the dinner. The statement also said the group would change its entire agenda.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Cabinet has frozen a government decision to create an official egalitarian prayer section at the Western Wall.
The Ku Klux Klan still “poses a threat to society,” though it is relatively unstable and unorganized, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
American billionaire Sheldon Adelson will provide about $20 million for the major expansion of a West Bank university.
The Reform movement sharply criticized a Republican bill in the Senate that would repeal & replace major parts of the ACA and make severe cuts to Medicaid.
Charedi Orthodox Jews pelted police with stones, eggs and other objects while the officers tried to remove three Israeli soldiers.
The family of Otto Warmbier hid his Jewishness from the public as negotiations for his release took place, a family spokesman said.
The Trump administration again said that Israel’s settlement expansion does not help the peace process.
Arriving at an Israeli-Palestinian peace will “take time,” President Trump’s negotiators said after meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Amar’e Stoudemire returned to Miami from Israel but does not know if he will be back to play basketball despite applying for citizenship.
Jared Kushner is in Israel for a one-day visit to meet with Israeli and Palestinian officials in a bid to push toward renewed peace talks.
Jared Kushner upon arriving in Israel on Wednesday visited the family of an Israeli border police officer stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist.
A Palestinian man who attempted to stab Israeli troops at a checkpoint north of Jerusalem was shot and killed, the Israeli army said.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, currently serving a 27-month prison sentence, was rushed to the hospital Tuesday with a suspected heart attack.
The Anti-Defamation League called on authorities to probe the slaying of a Muslim girl in suburban Virginia as a hate crime.
Otto Warmbier, an American student who was held in North Korea for over 17 months and returned home comatose to Ohio last week, has died. He was 22.
Thousands attended the funeral of Israeli Border Police officer Hadas Malka, who was killed by a Palestinian terrorist.
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill that would impose new sanctions on Iran due to its ballistic missile program.
The Israeli Embassy marked LGBT Pride Month with a reception for Jewish and Israeli activists and leaders. About 100 people attended the event.
Britain’s chief rabbi offered prayers and a synagogue put out an appeal to help victims in the deadly fire that destroyed an apartment building in London.
James T. Hodgkinson, the suspect in the shooting at a Republican team’s baseball practice for a charity game against Democrats, backed Bernie Sanders.
The Palestinian Authority has not stopped paying salaries to the families of terrorists jailed in Israel contradicting U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson.
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