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Margaret Hodge, an MP who recently called party leader Corbyn 'an anti-Semite,' calls for an 'end to the vile racism against Jews'
Aphrodite consortium, which also includes Israel's Delek, will provide gas to Cairo for re-export to Europe
State Department's 2017 terrorism report says Tehran's proxies 'demonstrated a near-global terrorist reach'
A truck full of kosher food sent from Raleigh after the hurricane first hit had been turned away by authorities because of dangerous road condition
Mark Saltzman backtracks after saying he based the pair's dynamic on his own long-term relationship with film editor Arnold Glassman
Documentary shows how top Vichy officials and law enforcement were willing collaborators in the rounding up and deportation of tens of thousands
Palestinian leader with meet with group of 30 officials on September 26, a day before he addresses the UN General Assembly
IDF does not comment on incident, which comes a day after two Gazans were reportedly killed along the border
Kesher Israel reacted swiftly and decisively to the illegal actions by its longtime rabbi Barry Freundel
Putin accepts Israeli offer of access to detailed information on incident during which Syrian air defenses shot down the aircraft
Nasrallah vows his group will remain in country, denies Jewish state's attacks are aimed at curbing weapons transfers
Loridan-Ivens was taken to the Nazi camp when she was just 15, where she met Veil who was to become a lifelong friend
Conservatives propose an alternative nomination to 'No Date, No Signature' -- of movie funded by Revolutionary Guards on 'battle against jihadists in Syria'
State Board of Education also votes to reinsert references to 'Judeo-Christian (especially biblical law)' in section on traditions that informed the American founding
Islam Yousef Abu Hamid killed Staff Sergeant Ronen Lubarsky with stone slab; IDF says home was erected on plot where a building was demolished following attack by Hamid's brother
Game was originally scheduled so Jewish fans could watch before the start of Judaism's holiest day, but rain from Hurricane Florence pushed back start time by 6 hours
Syrian soldiers reportedly arrested in connection with downed spy plane; IAF commander to fly to Moscow to present the findings of Israel's investigation into the incident
Meetings come as French president and other European leaders try to salvage landmark 2015 accord to curb Tehran's nuclear program
UNWRA says will cut 250 jobs in Gaza, West Bank and make over 500 other positions part-time as it seeks to survive shortfalls caused by US aid cuts
First responders called to help 174 women in labor during fast, provide treatment to 228 cyclists, skateboarders, and rollerbladers