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In the city of Świdnica at least 15 headstones were smashed, while in Wroclaw, the words 'Jesus is King' were written on fence of another Jewish cemetery
Rosen will replace Rod Rosenstein who has been overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's meddling in 2016 election
Women's March leader Tamika Mallory has refused to condemn Nation of Islam leader's pervasive anti-Semitism, leading to splits in movement
'Every time a French person, because he or she is Jewish, is insulted, threatened — or worse, injured or killed — the whole Republic' is attacked, says Macron at Shoah memorial
Joan Ryan, former head of Labour Friends of Israel, slams Corbyn as 'a man who has presided over the culture of anti-Jewish racism and hatred of Israel'
Europeans and Israelis hoping to attend the competition in Tel Aviv call the three-fold increase from previous years 'outrageous'
Speaking with American Jewish leaders visiting Israel, Isaac Herzog warns 'we live in one of the darker eras of modern times'
As the Vermont senator announces another presidential run, he looks less like an outlier on Israel, with many saying he made it kosher for candidates to criticize the Jewish state
Ex-defense chief dismisses projections that his right-wing party will only pick up 4-5 seats: 'We won't be cowed' by the polls
In a closed call with several organizations, the Minnesota Congresswoman vows to continue the dialogue and build a better relationship with the Jewish community
Lawyer Yomtob Kalfon expected to help the party gain votes in the French-speaking community, party urges mass aliya from France
Lawyer for communications minister, who failed to gain a realistic spot on Likud slate for elections, denies he used the term
Israel Advocacy Movement reveals Wix.com web design tool used to create Democratic Congresswoman's internet site, and those of many others who call for boycotting Jewish state
Presented in meeting with US-Jewish leaders, Netanyahu's graphic also indicates Jerusalem has ties with Somalia and Djibouti; it doesn't
Police say dozens of worshipers tried to breach a closed off area of the holy site that has been at the center of recent tensions; several Palestinians reported injured
Fathi Hamad says 'our patience has run out,' slams the apparently warming ties between Israel and Arab states
At party event, Israel Resilience leader makes public appeal for Yesh Atid chief to put aside other considerations and not 'weaken the opportunity for a historic change'
Ran Sheleg, whose brother Ehud was named treasurer of UK PM May's Conservatives last year, 'was part of a company that marketed binary options,' reports Finance Uncovered
Lawmakers hail addition of Tal Russo, a former IDF Southern Command chief, who joins the struggling party two days before deadline
Focus should shift to a history that spawned luminaries of modern Jewish nationhood that include David Ben-Gurion and Menachem Begin