After bomb threats on JCC and attacks on Jewish cemetery, Trump finally breaks silence on anti-Jewish attacks.
- France arrests three on suspicion of wanting to fight in Syria, planning attack (Reuters)
- Defense Minister Lieberman: All sides must respect Azaria verdict (Haaretz)
- Miri Regev says IDF chief of staff should pardon Azaria (Haaretz)
- Bennett: Azaria can't sit in prison, security of Israel demands he be pardoned (Haaretz)
- Hebron shooter Azaria sentenced to 1.5 years for shooting wounded Palestinian terrorist (Haaretz)
- 'Hebron shooter' Elor Azaria arrives at military court for sentencing (Haaretz)
- Turkey: Trump administration more understanding on issue of Cleric Gulen's extradition (Reuters)
- Iran's leader calls Israel a 'fake' nation, 'dirty chapter' in history (AP)
- Le Pen says canceled meeting with Lebanon's grand mufti after refusing to wear headscarf (Reuters)
- Explosion reported in northwestern Pakistani town of Charsadda, casualties unclear (Reuters)
- More than 100 headstones reportedly vandalized at St. Louis Jewish cemetery (Haaretz)
- White House responds to JCC bomb scares: 'These actions are unacceptable' (JTA)
- Magnitude 4.7 earthquake shakes Panama's capital, no immediate reports of injuries (AP)
- Bill restricting fundraising by political nonprofits passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
- U.S. President Trump announces that General McMaster named national security adviser (Reuters)
Only President Rivlin could pardon Azaria, after a potentially lengthy process including political opinions from several other officials.
Jared Kushner, son-in-law and senior advisor to president Trump reportedly lashed out at a senior executive from CNN’s parent company over contributor's criticizing Trump.
The letters appear to be normal communication to family members, but, when heated up, also tell the story of deadly procedures performed on the inmates of the Ravensbrueck camp.
'A Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, and the just settlement of refugees and just sharing water resources,' said the Saudi Foreign Minister after meeting his counterpart in Rome.
Besides the musical experience it offers, Berlioz’s ‘Symphonie Fantastique’ is also a type of soap opera. A new recording adds an intriguing interpretation to the work’s many performances.