News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World
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As US blames Tehran for attack on Saudi oil facilities, Revolutionary Guards commander says his forces are ready for 'any scenario'
Education Department warning to the universities comes after North Carolina lawmaker complained they cosponsored event with 'severe anti-Israeli bias and anti-Semitic rhetoric'
David Greenholtz was reportedly walking along the beach in Los Cabos with his son when they were swept out to sea by a large wave
Numerous arrests made as police quickly disperse small demonstrations in Cairo, other cities calling for removal of Egyptian president
Officials in Saudi Arabia say attack blamed by US on Iran included 18 direct hits on world's largest crude oil stabilization plant
After a 9-year renovation project, disabled tourists can access most of Jerusalem's famous attractions, and might find some surprises on the way
Ex-VP calls on US president to release transcript of phone call with Volodymyr Zelenskiy, sends out fundraising appeal denouncing 'this gross abuse of power'
Cherrie Daniels previously worked with NGOs to promote the role of women peacemakers in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict
Jewish player looks to change his new team's fortunes after it starts NFL season with two blowout losses
Squad defeats Italy 8-2; a win in its next two outings will likely secure berth in 2020 Tokyo Games
Report escalates showdown over explosive whistleblower complaint between Congressional Democrats and administration, which has refused to turn over formal account of the issue
For many American Jews the summer retreats are key experiences fostering lifelong connections. One man began a decades-long friendship with a music icon, and wrote a book about it
Officials say Washington likely to send hundreds of personnel, defensive equipment; Trump says restraint 'shows far more strength' than launching strikes
Masses of children skip school hoping to spark a 'social tipping point' that will push world leaders to act against impending environmental disaster
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle: Representatives of congregations attacked in synagogue shooting discuss trauma, healing ahead of 1 year anniversary, high holidays
As thousands flee Africa on flimsy boats, just one ship operates in the area between Libya and Italy. A Jewish aid group is partnering up with other organizations to help them
Jason Greenblatt writes that he is proud to 'protect the Jewish State,' castigates Gaza-based terror groups for 'destroying the lives of 2 million Palestinians'
Addameer says Israeli forces took computers during search; Amnesty accuses Israel of trying 'to crush peaceful activism'
Feds say Andrew Thomasberg called Pittsburgh synagogue shooter a 'saint,' wished Poway attack had killed more Jews
Rina Spiegel's diary, which has been compared to Anne Frank's, describes conditions in Nazi-occupied city of Przemysl until her death in 1942