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Anti-Semitic incidents surged almost 60 percent in the US last year, report finds

Little American flag outside the entrance to Mt. Carmel Jewish Cemetery in Northwest Philadelphia, PA, on Feb. 27, 2017. Over the weekend hundreds of headstones were vandalized. (Photo by Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Anti-Semitism on the rise in the United States

Dr. Elana Heideman, Executive Director of the Israel Forever Foundation speaking at ILTV Studio about the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) report that says Anti-Semitic incidents are up 57% since this time last year.

 

Judge & prosecutor deny wrongdoing in case 4000

A judge and a public prosecutor are fighting back, after being accused of colluding in a high profile case that’s connected to the Israeli Prime Minister.

 

Palestinians call for “day of popular rage” Friday

Palestinian groups are allegedly calling for clashes with Israeli soldiers and settlers next Friday as part of a day of quote “popular rage.”

 

Last poles who saved Jews in Holocaust speak out

The last surviving Christian poles who helped Jews during the Holocaust are speaking out to Polish and Israeli authorities, in order to prevent even more of a diplomatic crisis.

 

Anti-Semitism on the rise in the United States

Dr. Elana Heideman, Executive Director of the Israel Forever Foundation speaking at ILTV Studio about the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) report that says Anti-Semitic incidents are up 57% since this time last year.

 

Arab-Israelis charged with plotting attacks

Two Arab Israelis from the West Bank have just been charged with plotting an Islamic-State-inspired attack on Jewish targets in Israel.

 

Church of Holy Sepulchre remains closed

Disappointed Christian tourists are still praying outside the doors of the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Church leaders have shuttered the Holy site as part of a protest against a new Israeli tax policy and a proposed law to seize church land.

 

The 2018 Go-for-Israel international conference

Samuel Blank, Director, Catalyst speaking at ILTV Studio about the annual Go-for-Israel Conference that will be held in Tel Aviv next week where dozens of business leaders from all over Israel will gather together.

 

Suspended M.K. Oren Hazan stars in music video

Controversial Knesset member Oren Hazan may have been suspended from the Knesset for six months, but he’s finding himself a way to stay in the public eye. This time his latest fiasco doesn’t have anything to do with politics.

 

Take uncertainty out of detecting prostate cancer

Researchers at Israel’s Kaplan Medical Center develop a better method of screening that will take the uncertainty out of the process for Cancer.

 

Youth farm honors memory of two fallen Israelis

Yonatan Kam, Founder of the Non-Profit Nitzan speaking at ILTV Studio about a way to honor families of their memories by establishing a special agricultural youth farm in the Israel Desert.

 

Jerusalem soccer club forms to fight racism

 

The Israeli soccer team Beit Jerusalem is one of Israel’s biggest and most historic clubs, but its fans often make the news for their racist and violent behavior. It turns out their conduct has had an opposite effect, leading a group of the team’s fans to walk away from the controversy, and form their very own club.

Hebrew word Of The Day: SEE | שיא = RECORD / PEAK

Learn a New Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "See" which means "Record/Peak"

 

The Weather Forecast

Tonight will be slightly cooler with a chance of rain and a low of fifty or ten degrees Celsius. Tomorrow will be sunny, though, with a comfortable high of roughly sixty-eight or twenty degrees Celsius.

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