In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
A former intelligence chief believes that the country’s Jewish underground has been growing by worrying proportions, and predicts Israel’s future as “bad or very bad."
Thousands of people gathered for vigils across Germany after an attack that came amid mounting concern about far-right extremism.
A recent poll conducted among 2,500 US Jews finds a greater share of respondents saying US-Israel relations had weakened in the past five years than those who said it had strengthened.
With the recent US recognition of Jewish settlements in the West Bank as legal, Palestinians are asking themselves what Washington and its allies think about their place in the world.
The Republican president said Jewish people should not vote for the Democratic Party because some Democrats are being critical of Israel. If they did, he accused them of having “a total lack of knowledge” and showing “great disloyalty”.
In light of the recent US-sponsored Bahrain conference, a prominent Lebanese leader urged pro-Israel Gulf leadership to take lessons from the Ottoman rulers who refused to surrender Palestine to Zionists for material gains.
According to the original indictment, Sara Netanyahu, along with a government employee, fraudulently obtained from the state more than $100,000 for hundreds of meals supplied by restaurants, bypassing regulations.
The Flanders government in Belgium said stunning animals was more humane, banning ritually slaughtered animal meat. Now, Muslims and Jews have to drive hours-long journeys to find the meat they want.
The current far-right agenda has more to do with Islamophobia than anti-Semitism, but both sentiments are on the rise across the West. So why is Benjamin Netanyahu cosying up to these groups?
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met with Palestinian parties, including Hamas and Fatah factions, amid a three-day intra-Palestinian meeting which began in Moscow aimed at unifying 12 different Palestinian movements and organisations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls the allegations against him in all three cases a plot by his political enemies to force him from office.
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