Just because there was no sign of forced entry doesn’t mean that Barry and Honey Sherman’s deaths were murder-suicides, their lawyer said.
Most of the country has been beset by violent protests over economic conditions, but not in Djerba, where the attack took place.
The man told the court that he is a Nazi, but that does not mean he hates all Jews. He also suggested that the courts are run by the Jews.
Most voices in state-owned Egyptian media were surprisingly muted about the decision.
Jews being afraid to wear a kippah “is the reality of the Jewish community and it’s a failure, it’s not something that should be allowed to happen.”
24 groups from every stream of Judaism signed the letter. “The words ‘never again’ require us to act…in the face of senseless acts of brutality.”
French President Emmanuel Macron said the policies concerning Iran of the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia may lead to war.
Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur said that Jerusalem should not be used a political pawn by any party, although it is Israel’s capital.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin linked the sanctions to the uprising against Iran’s theocracy.
Israel’s cabinet approved a plan to deport nearly 40,000 migrants to an unknown but agreed-upon African country. Uganda denies that it struck a deal.
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