Ahmed Salame was driving his car on Friday when perpetrators opened fire on him from close range, resulting in his death ■ Salame published a video before his death where he was heard saying: 'You can call me a collaborator'
Even before it opens, the museum is splitting the Jewish community, riling historians and keeping diplomats busy, despite the fact that Orban’s government recognizes ‘the responsibility of the Hungarian state’ in the Shoah
A study shows that 30 percent of Jews and 21 percent of Arabs support segregation in hospital wards, a sentiment more frequent among religious people and the less educated
The Gang of Four, as they dubbed themselves, were among the founders of Chicago’s Women’s Liberation Union but in their fight for equal rights, one subject remained taboo
Relations have been tense since the downing of a Russian spyplane two months ago. Despite recent attempts, Netanyahu and Putin have yet to set an official diplomatic meeting
The president's bureau states that the reason the two won't meet is a 'tight schedule' ■ Salvini is slated to land in Israel on Tuesday and is expected to meet with Netanyahu
The US, Israel, the Arab League, and Canada classify all of Hezbollah as a terrorist entity. Germany and the EU have merely proscribed Hezbollah’s so-called military wing a terrorist organization.
Mark Hetfield, president and CEO of HIAS, strongly opposes the Trump administration’s policy.
Airobotics can therefore conduct drone activity from its Remote Operations Center in Scottsdale, Arizona, which is set to become the company's global headquarters.
Chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou reportedly covered up attempts to sell U.S. equipment to Iran despite U.S. and EU sanctions