Law professor Eugene Kontorovich said for the first time, the ICC has raised a terror program as a possible war crime; still, that “should not whitewash or smokescreen their bias against Israel and the great unlikelihood that they will take any serious action against the Palestinians.”
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Suspects attempted to acquire explosives and weapons, and were planning one or more attacks, according to Danish police.
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“We never had a shooting like this until they came,” say area residents in the aftermath of kosher market shooting.
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The Reimann family's JAB Investors company is planning to donate €10 million to aid elderly Holocaust survivors and find and support forced laborers, and €25 million annually to promote Holocaust education democratic values.
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The immigration agency is now accepting applications from community builders, planning to award grants to immigrants improving Israeli society by March 2020.
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U.S. Islamic scholar Sheikh Yasir Qadhi: “Fox News, MEMRI jump on any preacher who quotes hadith about the Trees and the Rocks, but the killing of Jews is a prediction, not a prescription.”
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Renewing diplomatic ties with Israel, severed in 2009, is a top priority for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, shadow foreign minister says.
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As its last act before disbanding at midnight on Wednesday, Israel’s Knesset votes 94-0 to hold new elections, and grants extra funds to the competing parties.
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Israel's indicted premier announces that he will vacate the health, welfare, agriculture and diaspora affairs portfolios and appoint new ministers following an NGO petition to the Supreme Court.
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The clip is packed with explosions and gunfire, and reveals that the new season will also examine the Gaza tunnels built by Hamas terrorists.
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They are among foreign volunteers working to determine if some buildings are safe in the aftermath of the 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck on Nov. 26 and damaged more than 11,000 buildings.
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The gift—one of the largest focused on Jewish education the institution has ever received—will help boost undergraduate scholarships.
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The assistance authorizes cooperation with Israel on counter-tunnel and counter-aerial capabilities, and $500 million for developing and procuring the Iron Dome, David’s Sling and Arrow weapon systems.
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“We are absolutely devastated by the loss of life and stand side by side with the Jewish community, as well as law enforcement, who are mourning the loss of one of their own,” said the Anti-Defamation League in a statement.
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Jersey City Councilman Jermaine Robinson said the gunfire was unlike anything he had ever heard before, the shots “going and going and going without a pause.”
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“The World Zionist Congress is the ‘parliament of the people.’ This is the best way for American Jews to vote for their voice in Israel,” said Herbert Block of the American Zionist Movement.
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Of that amount, $700 million was raised by 11 startups.
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A panel addressing at the Israeli-American Council National Summit demonstrates where progressive views differ from mainstream Jewry in classifying anti-Israel bias as Jew-hatred.
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The network was allegedly smuggling lethal aid from Iran to Yemen on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps’s Quds Force.
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Liliana Segre, a senator for life, was provided a police escort last month after she advocated for a new parliamentary panel targeting hatred, racism and anti-Semitism online.
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