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Spanish top court says Israel boycotts are always discriminatory in landmark ruling

Over the past several years, dozens of Spanish courts have rejected Israel boycotts by nonprofits, municipalities and other groups. Now, the country’s top court has… Read More »Spanish top court says Israel boycotts are always discriminatory in landmark ruling

Ongoing terrorist attacks disprove Taliban’s claim of peace, security in Afghanistan

The Hazara Shiite Muslim community in Kabul has once again become a victim of terrorism, as a suicide bomber killed dozens of students, mostly young… Read More »Ongoing terrorist attacks disprove Taliban’s claim of peace, security in Afghanistan

Leader of Russia-annexed region calls for Russia’s Military Chief to ‘shoot himself’

The recently-appointed leader of the annexed Kherson region of southern Ukraine called on Russia’s Defense Minister and Putin confidante Sergei Shoigu to “shoot himself” in… Read More »Leader of Russia-annexed region calls for Russia’s Military Chief to ‘shoot himself’

US kills senior Islamic State leaders in two separate operations in Syria

Issued on: 07/10/2022 – 01:44 US forces killed three senior Islamic State leaders in two separate military operations in Syria Thursday, including a rare ground raid… Read More »US kills senior Islamic State leaders in two separate operations in Syria

UC Berkeley Law too busy demonizing Zionists to pay attention to real injustice -opinion

From Boston to Los Angeles, what started as a trickle of outrage has cascaded into huge marches in the streets in solidarity with the long-suffering… Read More »UC Berkeley Law too busy demonizing Zionists to pay attention to real injustice -opinion

Man arrested in Las Vegas Strip stabbings, two dead

Police arrested a man suspected of stabbing multiple people on the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday, killing two and wounding at least six in an… Read More »Man arrested in Las Vegas Strip stabbings, two dead

Hulu’s ‘The Patient’ gets at a dynamic rarely seen on TV: Orthodox-Reform tensions

Episode three of The Patient, the well-received psychological thriller series on Hulu about a serial killer who kidnaps his therapist, involves a flashback to an… Read More »Hulu’s ‘The Patient’ gets at a dynamic rarely seen on TV: Orthodox-Reform tensions

Biden overhauls US policy on marijuana, pardons prior federal offenses

President Joe Biden took steps to overhaul US policy on marijuana on Thursday by pardoning thousands of people with federal offenses for simple marijuana possession… Read More »Biden overhauls US policy on marijuana, pardons prior federal offenses

German synagogue reports shattered window during Yom Kippur services

A broken window interrupted the final moments of Yom Kippur services in Hannover, Germany, unsettling a Jewish community on edge because of prior attacks during… Read More »German synagogue reports shattered window during Yom Kippur services

Netanyahu bloc at 61 – poll

If the Knesset election were to be held today, the right-wing bloc led by Benjamin Netanyahu would win 61 seats, two more than an identical… Read More »Netanyahu bloc at 61 – poll

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