NEW YORK (JTA) — At a private event for Orthodox Jewish donors, President Donald Trump received a blessing from a rabbi and joked that if he lands on hard times in the United States he could become Israel’s prime minister.
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The map used in the Netflix series is "not only incorrect, but it deceives viewers into believing that Poland was responsible for establishing and maintaining these camps, and for committing the crimes therein," he said.
The government-building logjam continues, with Knesset members analyzing the limited possibilities now in front of them.
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(JTA) — The life of Benjamin Netanyahu may be coming to your television soon.
Bulgarian premier Boyko Borisov stressed that the Torch of Liberty award was for all of the Bulgarian people.
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“The Western Wall is long enough for all,” Blue and White leader Benny Gantz tells Jewish leaders in Jerusalem, vowing to promote the implementation of the 2016 Western Wall agreement if given the chance.
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The hosts of a morning news show on Israeli public radio recently discussed a matter of terminology that over the past 10 years would have bee…
In recent years, the country has seen an increase in anti-Semitism and even physical attacks on Jews.
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Premier Saad Hariri conceded that he has “reached a dead end.”
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(JTA) — Sophie Wilmes is the first woman and the first Jewish person to become the prime minister of Belgium.