Israeli politicians shield Jewish values and Israelis mushily sort of agree, but enforcement is costing billions of shekels a year
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The second issue of a cultural journal edited in Berlin and Paris demonstrates that the idea of Diasporic Hebrew should not be written off
Lawyer Rotem Aloni-Davidov represents the victims of sexual abuse, and frequently cautions her clients that pursuing financial compensation is often a better course of action than criminal proceedings
In the fallout of Tzipi Hotovely's remarks on U.S. Jews, American college students say they wished 'she spent more time talking to us instead of lecturing'
In an interview with Rwanda's New Times, foreign minister says negotiations with Israel are ongoing ■ Report says Israel would pay $5,000 for every asylum seeker Rwanda is willing to take in
'Shocking Ignorance': U.S. Jewish Leaders Lambaste Israeli Deputy Minister Who Said American Jews Have It Easy
Faced with outcry, top Israeli diplomat Tzipi Hotovely stops short of apologizing, saying 'realities in Israel and U.S. are very different'
U.S. lawmakers have grown increasingly critical of the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen
Poll respondents said they learned to bite their tongues after years of dinnertime squabbles over the nation’s first black president, Barack Obama, and then his successor, Donald Trump
On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said a 'new stage' had been reached as leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran met in Sochi to take steps to end Syria's crisis
Foreigners are mostly barred from the Kingdom but that may change soon, 'hopefully in 2018,' the Saudi Prince Sultan said of the strategic decision