For rabbis around the Las Vegas Valley, recent weeks have been among the most demanding and heart-wringing they’ve ever faced.
The Justice Department is investigating the deaths and kidnappings of Americans during the Hamas terrorist attack against Israel on Oct. 7.
A new guide aims to help churches, synagogues, mosques and other houses of worship protect themselves at a time of tensions in faith-based communities across the country.
An army reservist who was tasked with identifying those killed by the terrorists said some of the women were found wearing only bloodied underwear.
Israel has vowed to fight on, saying it can no longer accept a Hamas military presence in Gaza after the Oct. 7 surprise terrorist attack that triggered the war.
The warning came as French investigators probe a fatal weekend attack near the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Biden’s comments come as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government has sought to put greater focus on the sexual violence it says Hamas committed during the Oct. 7 attack.
In testimony before a House committee, the university leaders said there was a fine line between protecting free speech and allowing protests, while also combatting antisemitism.
“A temporary pause to get them out” would be considered, Israeli government spokesman Eylon Levy told the Jerusalem Press Club.
Israel says its forces are “in the heart” of Khan Younis and engaged in the “most intense day” of battles since the ground offensive began.
A Georgia House resolution to condemn Hamas passed 129-2 after an hourlong debate, with dozens of Democrats abstaining from the vote.
The families have sought to meet with Netanyahu and his wartime Cabinet since a truce deal between Israel and Hamas that saw the release of 105 hostages expired last week.
Hillary Clinton said in a video message, “It is outrageous that some who claim to stand for justice are closing their eyes and their hearts to the victims of Hamas.”
The White House on Monday joined Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro in calling what happened in Center City “antisemitic” and “completely unjustifiable.”
Israel has vowed to eliminate Gaza’s Hamas rulers, whose Oct. 7 surprise terrorist attack triggered the deadliest Israeli-Palestinian violence in decades.