(JNS.org) Students from San Francisco State University (SFSU) and members of the local Jewish community filed a lawsuit this week, asserting the university has an extensive history of fomenting discrimination against Jewish students.
The suit alleges that SFSU and its administrators “knowingly fostered this [anti-Semitic] discrimination and hostile
Thousands attend funeral of Border Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka, 23, killed in terrorist attack in Jerusalem Friday.
Border Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka, 23, who was killed Friday in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem, was laid to rest shortly after midnight Sunday in the military
Several Jewish groups extended their condolences and issued condemnations on Monday after a van plowed into a group of worshippers leaving a London mosque in the early hours of the day.
At least 10 people were injured in the incident that British authorities were treating as a
Thirty-four countries stood up to speak during the debate on Monday at the 35th session in Geneva, but none of them represented Western countries, save for South Africa.
Europe has skipped the United Nations Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) mandated debate against Israel, known as
As their school year drew to a close, nearly 200 undergraduate student leaders from America’s top colleges and universities—including 36 from NYU and Rutgers—closed the book on their academic studies and readied themselves for a spiritual adventure. With their sights set on exploration and
President Donald Trump (left) and Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sign a Joint Strategic Vision Statement for the United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the Royal Court Palace in Riyadh, May 20. (Credit: Shealah Craighead/White House)
The high-profile U.S. arms deal with Saudi Arabia,
(JNS.org) Weeks after the New York Times’ public editor, Liz Spayd, criticized the newspaper over a highly contentious op-ed written by imprisoned Palestinian arch-terrorist Marwan Barghouti, her position has been eliminated.
Spayd’s job as public editor, also known as a reader
Following Saturday night’s terror attack that killed seven people and injured as many as 50 in London, British Prime Minister Theresa May said “enough is enough” and vowed to crack down on the “evil ideology of Islamist extremism.”
In response to the U.K.’s third major
Even with international tensions running high and under the shadow of the latest terrorist attack in London, New York’s 5th Avenue was draped in blue and white on Sunday when over 40,000 marchers turned out for the city’s annual Celebrate Israel parade.
Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday met personally with 10 African heads of state in Liberia, where he was the first non-African to deliver the keynote speech at the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) summit.
Among the leaders Netanyahu met were Ghanaian President Nana
Fifty years ago, valiant IDF forces crushed the formidable Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian armies during six days of intense warfare between June 5 and June 10, 1967, which resulted in the liberation of Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights and the holy city of Jerusalem. Jews all over the world still revel in this astonishing feat.
The Board of Trustees of Bar-Ilan University in Israel unanimously elected Professor Arie Zaban as its ninth President. Zaban, whose term begins October 1, succeeds Rabbi Prof. Daniel Hershkowitz.
Alan Zekelman, chairman of American Friends of Bar-Ilan, lauded the university on its choice of