German court convicts Holocaust denier ‘Nazi grandma’ for the third time

Ursula Haverbeck, 88, was sentenced to six months in prison for publicly saying in January 2016 that the Holocaust did ...
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Go see Israel’s Oscar contender ‘Foxtrot.’ If only because Israel is warning you not to

Go see this magnificent film. If only because, whether your leader is Trump or Bibi, they may one day too ...
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IDF rabbis will no longer read Book of Joshua at swearing-in

IDF decides that army rabbis will no longer read from the Book of Joshua at swearing-in ceremonies.

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Israeli TV show promises prize to sexual harassment victims

Morning show posts message: 'Go to our Facebook page and tell us if you were sexually harassed - and you ...
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Arab MK consoles family of murdered Samaria man

Meretz MK, mayor of Arab town visit Samaria town to console family of elderly Jewish man murdered by terrorists ahead ...
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New Israeli Labor Party leader: ‘I don’t deal with Palestinians’ rights’

Avi Gabbay reaffirms his support for two-state solution after anti-Arab comments cause storm, but says: 'We should avoid uprooting Jews ...
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Turkey's Erdogan furious over US warrants for aides in embassy brawl

Turkey's Erdogan furious over US warrants for aides in embassy brawlUS authorities on Thursday announced arrest warrants had been issued for 12 members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail for assaulting protesters in Washington last month, sparking a furious response from the Turkish leader. Nine people were injured, with several going to the hospital for treatment of head injuries, broken teeth, deep cuts and bruises.


Hawaii Governor says he is 'looking forward' to Trump's travel ban going to Supreme Court

Hawaii Governor says he is 'looking forward' to Trump's travel ban going to Supreme CourtThe Governor of Hawaii is looking forward to the seemingly inevitable Supreme Court showdown between his state’s Attorney General and Donald Trump’s administration over the President’s controversial travel ban. Governor David Ige says that the diversity in his state is something to be celebrated – not curtailed – and that his state government is willing to push back against the isolationist impulses coming out of the White House.