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Israel boasts of `unimaginable` power in future Lebanon war

Israeli troops poured into southern Lebanon after the Shiite militia seized two soldiers in a deadly cross-border raid on July 12, 2006 in a war that killed more than 1,200 Lebanese.

Jews, Muslims, Indian Americans join hands against hate crimes

People from the Jewish, Muslim, and Indian American communities gathered on the steps of Tifereth Israel Synagogue in northwest Washington and stood in solidarity against rising hate crimes in the US.

Muslim veterans offer to guard Jewish sites after threats

In a show of inter-faith unity, Muslim military veterans in the US have offered to guard Jewish sites amid a spike in bomb threats against Jewish centres and vandalism targeting the community's cemeteries.

Jewish Agency says US must punish anti-Semitic attackers

Israel`s Jewish Agency on Wednesday expressed "deep concern" over anti-Semitic threats against American Jewish communities, calling for US authorities to find and punish those responsible.

Scott Disick has been blessed by a rabbi

Scott Disick has been blessed by a rabbi

Reality TV star Scott Disick, who is currently on a trip to Israel, shared an image on Instagram of himself being blessed by a rabbi.

Mahmud Abbas rejects charges of 'blood libel' against Jews

"Palestine is the cradle of the three monotheistic faiths. We stand strongly against any attack on any religion," says Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.

Slovak MPs in Holocaust star protest against `fascist` far-right party

Two Slovak MPs on Wednesday donned yellow stars symbolising the Holocaust in protest at the "dangerous" parliamentary debut of a far-right party they condemn as "fascist".

Israel bars Palestinians from Jerusalem Old City for two days

Israeli police announced on Sunday that Palestinians will be banned from entering Jerusalem's Old City for two days after twin attacks on Israelis that also left the perpetrators dead.