US State Department 'deeply concerned' by settlers who threw stones at a US diplomatic convoy
An Israeli police spokeswoman said the delegation arrived at Adei Ad in US diplomatic cars without first having coordinated the visit with Israeli authorities.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
AIPAC will lobby new Congress to sanction Iran during nuclear talks
More pressure, AIPAC leadership believes, "offers the best chance to persuade Tehran to abandon its quest for a nuclear weapons capability."
By MICHAEL WILNER
Police deny reports that Arab man was seriously wounded during east Jerusalem riot
Bus driver hospitalized after rock attack outside Old City * Over 40,000 Muslims pray without incident on Temple Mount Friday following lifting of age restrictions
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Nazareth billboard supports car terror attacks while alluding to ISIS
A billboard just below the police station in Israel's largest Arab town reads: "Running over organization of Nazareth." Also, Fatah supports a Facebook page calling for car attacks with 35,000 likes.
By DOV LIEBER
German press council rebukes daily for false Israel claim
‘Süddeutsche Zeitung’ erroneously said ‘tens of thousands of Israelis’ fled to Federal Republic.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Jon Stewart’s problem with his Jewish ‘brethren’
In an interview with Canada.com to promote his new movie, “Rosewater,” the Jewish comedian commented on a number of things he found “troubling” with Judaism and the Jewish state.
ZOA disputes J-Street take on Jewish poll
Zionist groups disagree on import of numbers on settlement support
By SAM SOKOL
Les attentats du lundi 10 novembre vus par la presse française
Les Israéliens assassinés sont, pour les médias français, les dernières victimes en date d’une violence latente depuis cet été qui explose ces dernières semaines
By JOSEPHA BOUGNON
A war for the soul of Israel’s Arab community
It’s a vital war, it’s happening now, and many of our national leaders are helping the wrong side
By EVELYN GORDON
At GA, active American Jews discuss the disinterested
Over one third of American Jews born after 1980 identify as nonreligious, with about 40 percent now choosing to marry out of the faith, according to the Pew Research Center.
By MICHAEL WILNER