September 23, 2018

JTA

Iranian President Rouhani tweeted a swipe at President Trump, hours after skewering the United States during his inauguration for a second term.
In a rare move and after facing criticism at town hall meetings, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a New York Democrat, withdrew her sponsorship of an anti-BDS bill.
Jeff Brotman, who co-founded the members-only retail giant Costco and was the chairman of its board of directors, died at his home outside Seattle.
Senegal and Guinea are sending ambassadors to Israel for the first time. The two predominantly Muslim countries are to present their credentials.
"The 'witch-hunt' to topple the government is in full swing but it will fail because of this simple reason: There will be nothing because there was nothing,
President Donald Trump has nominated former Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner and CEO Jamie McCourt to be ambassador to France.
A condition of U.S. cooperation with Russia in the Syria arena is the removal of Iranian forces from the country, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.
Israeli soldier Elor Azaria, convicted of shooting a downed Palestinian terrorist, has asked the head of the Israel Defense Forces for leniency.
Two people affiliated with the Israeli team, Hapoel Petach Tikvah, were injured in the incident Wednesday evening in Sochocin.
An Israeli man was wounded in a stabbing by a Palestinian assailant at a supermarket in central Israel in what police say was a nationalistic terror attack.
Matisyahu is seen in a video pushing two teenage athletes off the stage at a concert in Alabama during the opening ceremony of the JCC Maccabi Games.
Hitler continues to fascinate, and a new exhibition in Berlin is proof: a reconstruction of the bunker where the German chancellor took his life in 1945.
A nearly equal majority of Israelis and Palestinians back a two-state solution, and the Palestinians’ support is rising, a new poll shows.
A Palestinian man confessed to killing his pregnant Israeli girlfriend, Israel Police said.
A 96-year-old former Auschwitz guard is fit to serve a prison sentence, according to prosecutors in the German state of Hanover.
Badboy Israeli lawmaker Oren Hazan was ordered by the Prime Minister’s Office to call off a fistfight with a Jordanian lawmaker.
The Trump White House was involved with concocting a Fox News article that linked the death of a Jewish Democratic National Committee aide with WikiLeaks.
At least 1,046 Jews visited the site on the observance of Tisha b’Av by early afternoon. More were expected to visit later in the day when the site reopens.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly defended his decision to remove metal detectors and other security measures from the Temple Mount.
Slutwalk Chicago will allow marchers carrying Jewish or Zionist symbols after saying earlier they would be banned.
Israeli-American Haim Saban and his wife were on hand in Israel for the groundbreaking ceremony of a Druze Soldiers Heritage Center they are funding.
A camp affiliated with the Conservative movement apologized after flying a Palestinian flag “as a sign of friendship and acceptance.”
A California imam who accused Jews of “desecrating” the mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and seemingly called for their annihilation has apologized.
On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted that transgender individuals would no longer be allowed to enlist or serve in the military.
Marty Sklar, who served 54 years as an “Imagineer” for the Walt Disney Co. and led the creative team behind the company’s theme parks has died at age 83.
Muslim rioters threw rocks at police officers near Jerusalem’s Lions’ Gate, breaking the relative calm of a day that followed 10 days of unrest.
Koby Altman, 34, was named GM of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday after serving as an interim replacement for the past five weeks.
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