A suspected terrorist shooting in France has left one policeman dead and another wounded.
Stand for Israel Blog
Since the passage of a disastrous anti-Israel resolution at the U.N. last December, Great Britain has made an effort to show that world that it’s changing its tune on Israel.
Writing at JNS, the always thoughtful Jonathan Tobin asks whether the change of U.S. administrations, coupled with the fact that European leaders may be getting wise to the true intentions of Palestinian leadership, puts Israel in a stronger position internationally.
With pervasive anti-Semitism from both classmates and teachers now the norm, French Jews have been forced to turn to private education.
PM Netanyahu and President Rivlin have offered their nation's sympathies and rescue expertise after a deadly earthquake struck central Italy.
The ongoing terrorism facing Europe - and its Jewish communities - forced the cancellation of a Jewish studies lecture in Belgium.
The UK will no longer be a part of the European Union, and many are wondering what will happen next. One writer and director of a pro-Israel advocacy group, Alex Benjamin, writes about the possible opportunities for Israel as a result of this news.
In a decision that shocked the world, yesterday Great Britain voted to withdraw from the European Union. In yet another surprise, this decision led to British Prime Minister David Cameron’s resignation, effective in the fall.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says that in order to best combat anti-Israel foes such as the BDS movement, England must stay in the European Union.