(JNS) U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) is expected to reintroduce the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act in the near future, a source with direct knowledge of the situation told JNS.
The congressman has been an outspoken critic of anti-Semitism, including from members of Congress such as Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.)
(JNS) Egypt, Jordan and Morocco are expected to attend the Bahrain economic summit on June 25-26 as part of the first part of the Trump administration’s long-awaited Mideast peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the White House confirmed on Tuesday.
“Morocco, Jordan and Egypt have
(JNS) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that the current measles outbreak in the United States is the worst in over 25 years, as the City of New York closed another yeshiva in Brooklyn due to failure to vaccinate students.
According to a report on Monday, 41 new cases of
(JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acknowledged that the Jewish state was carrying out preemptive attacks against enemy targets, such as Iran and Hezbollah, in Syria.
“The chain of tests that we are dealing with is unending. We respond vigorously and with force to all attacks against us;
Formed just months before Israel’s April 9 elections and headlined by several former generals, the Blue and White Party made a strong showing, matching Likud with 35 seats.
Yet, due to the overwhelming victory by the right-wing or religious parties over those to the left, Israeli President
(JPost) Exactly one month after the 21st Knesset were sworn in, a majority of the Knesset voted late Wednesday to disperse themselves and initiate an unprecedented repeat election on September 17. The motion passed by a vote of 74-45.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu briefed the Likud faction ahead of
(Ynetnews) President Donald Trump’s top Mideast advisers face skeptical audiences as they visit several locations in the region and in Europe to rally support for what they have billed as a workshop on the economic foundations of peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
The White House is promoting
(JNS) The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews has mobilized to raise more than 1 million shekels (about $275,000) in emergency assistance for residents of moshav Mevo Modi’im, a small agricultural community west of Jerusalem near the city of Modi’in. The moshav sustained a massive fire on May 23 that destroyed at least 40
(EJP/JNS) Forty rabbis from all over Europe walked the streets of the German city of Ulm this week, a couple of days after Germany’s anti-Semitism commissioner, Felix Klein, advised Jews against wearing kippot in public areas because of rising anti-Semitism in the country.
The defiant rabbis, all of
(EJP/JNS) Thirty-eight-year-old Michael Freilich, former editor-in-chief of Joods Actueel in Antwerp, a Jewish magazine founded by his grandfather Louis Davids, was elected to a seat in the Belgian parliament.
Freilich, who ran on the list of N-VA (New Flemish Alliance), a right-wing Flemish nationalist
Ahead of the publication, which occupied about a quarter of the front page, Editor-in-Chief Julian Reichelt wrote: “If only one person in our country cannot carry [a] kippa without endangering himself, the answer can only be that we all wear a kippah. The Kippa belongs to Germany!”
For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stay on as premier, he had to get the Knesset’s approval for a newly formed government, in the form of a confidence vote.
Netanyahu had the support of 60 Knesset members out of 120, and the opposition had 55 MKs. The wild card was Israel Beiteinu, which