A Ukrainian legislator from the city of Kharkiv, Oleksandr Feldman, discovered that Facebook deleted one of his posts expressing criticism of his country’s lionization of Holocaust collaborators earlier this week.
With the upcoming renewal of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), which enables a range of sanctions targeting Iran's nuclear program and ballistic missile tests, the best message we can send to the Iranians is that the United States isn't as easily fooled and seduced as their lackeys in the European Union, writes JNS.org's Ben Cohen.
Archaeologists unveiled a 2,700-year-old papyrus fragment, described as “the earliest extra-biblical source to mention Jerusalem in Hebrew writing” the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) said Wednesday.
Following publicity over AIPAC's failure to support a Syria sanctions bill, the pro-Israel lobbying group has changed its stance and is now backing the legislation.
With Iraqi forces on the march to liberate Mosul from the grips of the Islamic State, Iraq’s beleaguered Assyrian Christians have renewed hopes of returning to their ancestral homeland in the Nineveh Plains region surrounding Mosul, the country’s second largest city.
Bipartisan legislation to penalize the Assad regime in Syria has gained widespread support in the Jewish community with one glaring exception, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
A longtime senior aide to Bill Clinton fed Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman unsubstantiated accusations of racism against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Archaeologists have uncovered yet more evidence of the ancient Jewish connection to Jerusalem--the very same week that UNESCO and the Palestinian Authority (PA) were declaring that Jews have no ties to Jerusalem. Talk about irony, writes JNS.org's Stephen Flatow.
A prominent Jewish figure in Kiev found his Facebook account suspended after a post detailing Ukrainian collaboration in the Holocaust was flagged as violating the social networking site’s terms of service. Experts say freedom of speech is restricted in Ukraine.
After months of dithering, the Obama administration has finally taken some action against the Lebanese Islamist terror organization Hezbollah, writes JNS.org's Ben Cohen.
With only a few weeks remaining before the presidential election, and the start of early voting in most states, Jewish voters may still be weighing their decisions. JNS.org looks at the candidates’ positions and what they’ve said over the past year on major issues that may be important to Jewish and pro-Israel voters.
A recent study by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) shows online anti-Semitic harassment of journalists has increased significantly in the run up to Election Day next month.
Israel could have done a better job of enlisting Christian allies in its efforts to prevent the United Nations from passing a resolution erasing the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount and Western Wall, one South African legislator claims.
If synagogues are to now join college campuses in fostering the establishment of “safe spaces,” then we are truly witnessing the implosion of what was once the bastion of inclusivity and tolerance.
As the women's Zionist organization Hadassah continues its important research work in finding a cure for breast cancer, the organization celebrates 20 years since its researchers discovered that the risk of carrying the BRCA1 gene mutation – which is tied to increased cancer risk - is 1 in 40 for Ashkenazi women, compared to 1 in 100 for the rest of the population.