‘Jew Coup’: Founder of Media Outlet’s Antisemitic Rant | Students ‘Passionate’ About ‘Occupation’ Can’t Find Israel on Map

‘Jew Coup’: Founder of Media Outlet’s Antisemitic Rant | Students ‘Passionate’ About ‘Occupation’ Can’t Find Israel on Map | Israel Could End Security Cooperation With UK if Corbyn Wins


Algemeiner editor

Daily Edition November
Top News‘Jew Coup’: The Founder of a White House-Accredited Media Outlet’s Shocking Antisemitic Rantaby Ben CohenThe host of a far-right Christian talk show whose outlet has frequently received White House press credentials from US President Donald Trump’s…More‘In Survey, UC Berkeley Prof. Finds Most Students ‘Passionate’ About ‘Israeli Occupation’ Can’t Find Palestinian Territories on Mapby Algemeiner StaffMost students who care strongly about the “Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories” do not have knowledge of basic facts surrounding the subject…MoreIsrael’s Netanyahu Hints Security Cooperation With UK Could End if Corbyn Becomes PMby Algemeiner StaffA British newspaper reported on Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested in an interview earlier this year that intelligence…MoreEthiopian Jews Celebrate Festival of Sigd, Now a State Holiday in Israelby Algemeiner StaffEthiopian Jews celebrated on Wednesday one of their most-significant holidays, the festival of Sigd…MoreUK Jewish Children Assaulted on Bus in Third Antisemitic Outrage on London Public Transport in Single Weekby Algemeiner StaffThree Orthodox Jewish boys traveling on a London bus earlier this week were assaulted by another passenger, who punched one of them and threw their…MoreEl Al to Offer Direct Flights to Australiaby Adi PickIsrael’s national career El Al will test out direct flights from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport to Melbourne, Australia, the company announced in…More
It’s Time to Cancel the Jew Exceptionby Dexter Van ZileI am going to need a financial advisor.In a few months I’m going to get a check from the US government for $5 million. Here’s how it’s going to work. Right after I submit this article to…More
Netanyahu Indictments Are Shifting Few Israeli Votersby Ruthie BlumAccording to a poll released this week by Israel Hayom, 64 percent of Israelis say that the indictments against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced by Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit…More
While Acknowledging Past Antisemitism, Church of England Fails to Right Historical Wrongsby Mark PicklesWidely reported in the British media last week was a Church of England “teaching document” on Christian-Jewish relations. The document, titled “God’s Unfailing Word,” was generally…More
The Iranian Regime vs. the Fuel Protestsby Doron ItzchakovOn Nov. 15, Iranians discovered to their horror that not only had fuel prices spiraled from 1,000 to 1,500 tomans per liter ($0.30 to $0.45), but this price would be limited to the first 60 liters each month before shooting to 3,000 tomans ($0.90) a liter…More