Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement
The liquor board is 'currently seeking clarifications ... on how such wines should be labeled'
The followers of Lev Tahor, which was ruled a 'dangerous cult' by an Israeli court, followed Rabbi Shlomo Helbrans from country to country until his reported drowning this week
The Lev Tahor sect was declared a dangerous cult by an Israeli court over child abuse
Hijacker allegedly a police pilot who starred in action film called 'Suspended Death' ■ Grenades dropped on court said to be Israeli made
Trudeau sported a painted rainbow maple leaf on his cheek in honor of the LGBTQ community, but it was his socks that have since become an internet sensation
Reports that the collection was hidden behind a secret door in his suburban Buenos Aires home were 'nonsense,' says dealer
Discoveries include a bust relief of Adolf Hitler, magnifying glasses inside elegant boxes with swastikas and a macabre medical device used to measure head size
But it is highly unlikely Trump and Republican-controlled Congress will acknowledge Puerto Rico's statehood referendum
When U.S. forces invaded Panama they sought to capture two men: Dictator Manuel Noriega and his Israeli advisor, Mike Harari
Sources say the U.S. administration could tighten trade and travel rules, but will probably refrain from canceling Obama's rapprochement with Havana
Noriega had spied for the CIA before the U.S. invaded Panama and toppled his brutal regime. He was serving for murder in a Panama prison.
Alt-right website, which had boasted of its popularity on the way out, is suddenly silent on the way down as it struggles to adjust to new role of defending the establishment
'He blessed me in Italian and I blessed him in Hebrew,' Rabbi Rick Jacobs says of meeting in which inter-religious dialogue and Mideast peace were raised
Denial runs deep. Five decades on, it's still the one word you mustn’t mention in polite Diaspora Jewish society
B’nai B’rith Canada report tracks incidents of harassment, vandalism and violence against Jews and Jewish institutions
Teodoro Gauto lied in his immigration papers but Israel won’t revoke his citizenship, citing his good behavior in his 14 years here
Despite food shortages, a state-owned oil firm was one of the largest corporate donors of the event in Washington
Anuar Majluf, a BDS proponent and head of Chilean-Palestinian organization, was refused entry to Israel when he arrived in Ben Gurion Airport: 'The Chilean government should act reciprocally'
Canada would be the largest developed country to end a nationwide prohibition of recreational marijuana