October 22, 2018


A bill that the House passed on Tuesday ramps up sanctions and warnings on Iran for its missile testing, human rights abuses and backing of terrorism.
Israeli PM Netanyahu said he would seek to pass a law to shut down the Jerusalem bureau of Al Jazeera if law enforcement will not do so.
Five members of an interfaith delegation to Israel were prevented from boarding their flight reportedly due to their activism on behalf of the BDS movement.
The Israel Police said the new security cameras they plan to install at the Temple Mount will retain “full respect for the public and its privacy.”
Three Palestinians were killed in clashes between rioters and police in Jerusalem and the West Bank over the metal detectors at the Temple Mount.
Radiohead played its longest concert in 11 years for the 47,000 fans who flooded a Tel Aviv park.
Police closed the Temple Mount to Jewish visitors after a group of Jews began praying at the site in violation of the rules there.
The party of Mahmoud Abbas called for a “day of rage” in eastern Jerusalem and the West Bank to protest new security measures at the Temple Mount.
The death of Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor in the AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires, will forever be linked to the attack.
Kosher hot dogs are coming to Wrigley Field, the home of the 2016 World Series champion Chicago Cubs. The stand will open this Friday.
Hours after recertifying the Iran nuclear deal President Donald Trump decried as a candidate, his administration slapped new sanctions on the country.
Allowing Roger Waters to perform at a Long Island arena violates a local law against the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
The Israeli government remains opposed to allowing same-sex couples to adopt in the country, the state said in response to a Supreme Court petition.
The Manischewitz Co. said it will close its plant in Newark, New Jersey, cutting the jobs of 169 workers.
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