June 20, 2019

JTA

Israel reportedly uncovered detailed ISIS plans for bomb attacks aboard aircraft that led to the US ban on laptops on flights from 8 Muslim-majority nations
Guests attending the events with Buffett on Thursday have pledged to buy $1 million to $5 million in Israel Bonds in order to meet the American billionaire.
The vast majority of Reform and Conservative rabbis affiliate as Democrats, according to a new study. More than 80 percent of Reform rabbis are Democrats
Ivanka Trump didn't the level of “viciousness” her father’s presidency would bring her, but felt “blessed” by moments like her visit to the Western Wall.
Two men living in the U.S. have been charged for working for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.
A Florida woman who pleaded guilty to threatening the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was sentenced to 5 months in prison.
A Palestinian baby seriously injured in a car accident was breastfed by Nurse Ula Ostrowski-Zak, a Jewish nurse, when he refused to take a bottle.
Police in Manchester, in northwestern England, say that arsonists attacks on two kosher restaurants are “anti-Semitic hate crimes.”
Nikki Haley, the American ambassador to the U.N., called the U.N. a “bully” against Israel, during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A St. Louis man accused of making eight bomb threats against Jewish institutions will plead guilty to cyberstalking charges.
Roger Waters said he personally reached out to Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke requesting that the band cancel its upcoming show in Israel.
Sears says it will remove clothing featuring the slogan “Free Palestine” from its website. The clothing was offered for sale by Spreadshirt Collection
Israeli PM Netanyahu said alliances of convenience between Israel and Sunni Arab states could lead to improved perceptions of Israel on the “Arab street.”
Clothing with slogans calling to “Free Palestine End Israeli Occupation” are for sale on the Sears website. The garments are found on the Sears Marketplace.
Five days before the Six-Day War broke out in June 1967, the American reporter Abraham Rabinovich arrived in Jerusalem. After the war, he chose to remain.
British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis called on his countrymen to remain committed to the values of peace and tolerance in the wake of a terror attack.
A former Auschwitz SS guard who was sentenced to five years in prison for his role as an accessory in the murder of at least 170,000 people has died.
Palestinian Authority President Abbas has appeared to confirm that U.S. President Trump shouted at him during their meeting last month in Bethlehem.
President Donald Trump signed an order to renew the six-month waiver that allows the U.S. embassy to remain in Tel Aviv rather than moving it to Jerusalem.
The U. of Maryland hosted an alternative graduation to accommodate observant Jewish students who could not receive their diplomas at the regular graduation.
Several filmmakers scheduled to participate in the Tel Aviv LGBT Film Festival have pulled out, citing pressure from the BDS movement against Israel.
Lebanon’s Economy Ministry has filed a request to ban the upcoming film “Wonder Woman” because its star, Gal Gadot, is an actress and model from Israel.
Jared Kushner has been encouraged to take a leave of absence from his White House adviser position because of FBI scrutiny of his contacts with Russia.
Greg Gianforte, the Republican who allegedly body slammed a reporter on the eve of a special election in Montana, appears to have won the election.
FBI agents investigating ties between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia reportedly are focused on meetings Kushner had with Russian figures.
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