November 19, 2018

JTA

Israel’s health ministry is probing hospitals that required women to obtain rabbinical approval for birth control procedures.
Israeli-born teenager Denis Shapovalov upset top-seeded Rafael Nadal to advance to the quarterfinals of Montreal’s Rogers Cup tennis tournament.
Jewish organizations ZOA and AJC are sparring over whether national security advisor H.R. McMaster is anti-Israel or not.
CNN announced Thursday that Jeffrey Lord, who often appeared on the network to defend the Trump administration, was no longer with the network.
A bipartisan group of former top national security officials urged President Donald Trump to stick to the Iran nuclear deal.
Embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at the “fake news” media at a rally attended by thousands of Likud Party supporters.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under investigation for receiving gifts and taking bribes. But that's just the beginning of his problems.
More than 200 rabbis from the liberal movements of American Judaism signed a letter opposing Israel’s travel ban on leaders of the boycott movement against Israel.
In an interview, UCLA's Josh Rosen doubled down on his criticism of the college football model, which he believes leaves no time for academic coursework.
The Israeli-American teenager accused of making hundreds of threats against Jewish community centers in the United States sold his bomb threat services.
Organizers of North Carolina’s gay pride parade and festival have altered the event’s schedule in order to accommodate the Jewish community.
The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota affirmed its solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of an attack on a local mosque.
A St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery was rededicated nearly six months after more than 150 headstones were toppled and damaged by vandals.
Camp Ramah in the Rockies was evacuated after a fire destroyed the building housing the camp kitchen, dining hall and administrative offices
David Satterfield, a veteran U.S. diplomat with experience in the Middle East, will become acting assistant secretary of state for Near East affairs.
A Mexican industrial group, Mexichem, will acquire control of the Israeli drip irrigation giant Netafim for $1.5 billion.
KA Designs was selling shirts that feature white swastikas on a rainbow-colored background with the words “peace” or “zen."
Jordan’s King Abdullah visited Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah for the first time in nearly five years.
Bernie Sanders may hope to be seen as the true face of the Democratic Party, but he doesn’t have to get there by playing fast and loose with the truth.
Al Jazeera threatened to take legal action to remain in its Jerusalem bureau following Israel’s decision to close it down.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must disclose the dates and lengths of the phone conversations he had with billionaire American Sheldon Adelson
Israeli actress Gal Gadot’s iconic Wonder Woman character is expected to make an appearance in the upcoming movie “Flashpoint.”
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