Danino Vows to Ban Nationalist MKs from Ascending Temple MountPolice Commissioner refuses to back down from statements supporting discriminatory 'status quo' on Judaism's holiest site.
Iranian-British Woman Jailed for Attending Volleyball GameGhoncheh Ghavami was sentenced by Iranian court to a year in jail for protesting the ban on women from attending sporting events.
Poland Will Hold Hearing On Ritual Slaughter BanThe Jewish community hopes the discussion will clarify once and for all whether or not kosher slaughter is legal in Poland.
EU Officials Weighing 'Settler Travel Ban' to Press IsraelEuropean diplomats looking at ways to subvert trade agreement and bank cooperation as 'diplomatic war' on Israel ratchets up a level.
Jewish Groups React to Possible Jewish Defense League BanFrench Jewish leaders distance themselves from controversial group, but also question why violent pro-Palestinian groups do not face a ban.
Malaysian Court Upholds Ban on Non-Muslims Using 'Allah'Lengthy legal battle over proper use of word, which simply means 'God' in Malay, sparks debate on freedom of religion, press.
Turkish Court Overturns Twitter BanAnkara court orders lifting of ban on social media site; telecommunication authority has 30 days to comply.
Egyptian Court Bans HamasHamas furious, blames move as 'serving the Occupation.'
Rare Manuscript Offers Unique Look at Hassidism's BeginningsOnly existing copy of pakshevil (wall poster) from mid-late 1800s publicizing ban by Vilna Gaon will be on auction in late January.
Angola Denies it Banned IslamAngolan officials deny reports that the African nation had banned Islam, begun demolishing mosques.
Angola Becomes 'First Country to Ban Islam'Southern African nation reportedly bans Islam and orders the demolition of mosques in the country.
Violence Spreads over Face Veil Ban in FranceAt least 20 cars were torched and four people arrested in a second night of rioting after French police enforced a ban on the face veil.
ADL: PA Got ‘Free Pass’ From EUThe Anti-Defamation League says the European Union gave the Palestinian Authority a 'free pass' with its new ban on Israeli institutions.
Israeli Peppers Enrage Shoppers at Lebanese SupermarketThe Lebanese army received calls from distressed shoppers, after several items made in Israel were found on supermarket shelves.
'It's No Longer Tenable to be Jew' in Academics, Says ProfessorA math teacher at largest trade union of higher education in UK: "[I]t is no longer tenable to be a Jew in UCU".
Ireland to Use EU Presidency to Advance 'Settlement' BanIreland is planning to utilize its upcoming term as President of the Council of EU to advance ban on products made in Judea and Samaria.
Top Egyptian Cleric Calls for Global Ban on Islam AttacksEgypt's top Muslim cleric on Saturday called for an international ban on all forms of attacks against Islam.
Algerian Minister Denounced Over Invitation to Pro-Israel SingerAlgerian Minister of Communications faced harsh criticism for inviting expatriate Jewish singer Enrico Macias to visit the country.
'Draconian' Cigarette Ad Law One of the World's ToughestThe Health Ministry plans to propose a law that would entail nearly a complete ban on the advertising of cigarettes.