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Antisemitic flyers found in Vancouver, Washington

Flyers appear to be part of hate campaign by antisemitic extremist group to distribute propaganda across the U.S blaming Jews for COVID-19.

Antisemitic flyers found in Vancouver, Washington

Neo-Nazi gets seven years in jail for threatening ADL, reporters

The leader of a neo-Nazi group has been given a seven year sentence in federal prison for threatening ADL employees and journalists.

Neo-Nazi gets seven years in jail for threatening ADL, reporters

Seattle Federation calls for action on 'shocking' police Nazi symbol case

Jewish Federation of Seattle slams suburban police force's handling of assistant police chief who placed Nazi symbol on his office door.

Seattle Federation calls for action on police Nazi symbol case

Seattle area assistant police chief suspended for displaying Nazi symbol on office door

Investigation concluded that the symbol the veteran officer placed above his nameplate was that of the SS-Obergruppenfuhrer.

Seattle area assistant police chief suspended for Nazi symbol

Washington man charged with hate crime against Jewish neighbor

Man from Bellingham, Washington is facing hate crime charges for allegedly yelling anti-Semitic abuse at his Jewish neighbor.

Washington man charged with hate crime against Jewish neighbor

In Washington, a Catholic university gets its first Torah scroll

Gonzaga University, a Catholic college near historically neo-Nazi territory, gets its first Torah scroll and Jewish space.

In Washington, a Catholic university gets its first Torah scroll

SIBAT to participate in Washington exhibition after two-year break

Israeli Defense Min. to present series of defense industries in National Pavilion at AUSA Exhibition in Washington, Ministry spokesman says.

SIBAT to participate in Washington exhibition after 2-year break

US neo-Nazi group leader convicted of threatening ADL and journalists

Atomwaffen Division leader found guilty of five felonies, faces up to 10 years in prison.

US neo-Nazi group leader convicted of threatening ADL, reporters

Leader of Seattle area neo-Nazi group gets three years in jail

Group sent threatening letters to journalists and Anti-Defamation League employees, saying "We are watching."

Leader of Seattle area neo-Nazi group gets three years in jail

Barkat meets US lawmakers: I met true friends of Israel

Likud MK meets members of Congress and Senators and presents them with the dangers of opening a Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem.

Barkat meets US lawmakers: I met true friends of Israel

Tree trunks defaced with swastikas in Washington park

Edmonds, WA mayor calls the incident "very concerning" and calls for city's residents to "take a stand against such abuse."

Tree trunks defaced with swastikas in Washington park

New restaurant calling itself the Soup Nazi Kitchen provokes anger in Washington town

A Washington state restaurant calling itself the Soup Nazi Kitchen restaurant has provoked the ire of local residents.

Restaurant calling itself the Soup Nazi Kitchen angers town

Israel and UAE team up to help the homeless

Employees of Israeli and UAE embassies in Washington prepare kits to be distributed to over 100 homeless people in the US capital.

Israel and UAE team up to help the homeless

President Rivlin receives prestigious Washington Institute Scholar-Statesman Medal

President Rivlin joins Clinton, Blair, and King Abdallah in receiving the prestigious Washington Institute Scholar-Statesman Medal

Rivlin receives Washington Institute Scholar-Statesman Medalplayer

Samaria Regional Council head: Pray for senator who contracted COVID-19

Yossi Dagan: Mike Lee is one of the most sympathetic senators for the State of Israel. Pray for his recovery.

'Pray for senator who contracted COVID-19'player

Gantz takes off for quick trip to US

Defense Ministry will meet with US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and other senior administration officials.

Gantz takes off for quick trip to USplayer

Washington: Man arrested for anti-Semitic threats against neighbor

White nationalist arrested for allegedly making anti-Semitic threats against his neighbor.

Washington: Man arrested for anti-Semitic threats

Washington: First patient dies of COVID-19 in US

Patient who died of COVID-19 was a 'wonderful woman,' Trump says.

Washington: First patient dies of coronavirus in US

First female mayor of Beit Shemesh on first visit to Washington

Dr. Aliza Bloch will share her solutions to what she defines as 'Israel’s most critical demographic challenges.'

First female mayor of Beit Shemesh on first visit to Washington

Watch: Plane makes emergency landing - at traffic light

KR2 plane makes emergency landing on Parkland, Washington, thoroughfare due to technical failure. No one was injured.

Watch: Plane makes emergency landing - at traffic lightplayer

'We proved not every occupied territory needs to be surrendered'

Senior official: US recognition of Israeli sovereignty in Golan establishes principle that allows Israel to hold 'occupied territory.'

'We proved not every occupied territory needs to be surrendered'

Seattle Jewish cemetery damaged by homeless squatters

Jewish cemetery officials in Seattle say city has failed to protect it from abuse by homeless squatters.

Seattle Jewish cemetery damaged by homeless squatters

Pakistani writer banned for 'speaking to Zionists?'

Award winning playwright and New York Times writer says Islamic Society of North America disinvited him for work on Muslim-Jewish dialogue.

Pakistani writer banned for 'speaking to Zionists?'

The little-known 'Israel lounge' in America's capital

The Kennedy Center wants to revive the Israel room you didn't know it had.

The little-known 'Israel lounge' in America's capital

Ceremony to replace defaced Jewish books held in Washington

A Washington state university holds ceremony replacing Jewish books defaced with anti-Semitic messages.

Ceremony to replace defaced Jewish books held in Washington

Trump's next sanction: Shutting down PLO's Washington office

United States considering more sanctions against PA unless it sits down for talks with Israel.

Trump's next sanction: Shutting down PLO's Washington office

Did Trump change Washington, or did Washington change Trump?

A special summary of the US President's undoubtedly eventful first year in office.

Did Trump change Washington, or did Washington change Trump?

Watch: Saban Forum guests sing Psalm together

MK Elazar Stern, former IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi and other senior officials visit new Museum of the Bible in Washington.

Watch: Saban Forum guests sing Psalm togetherplayer

US to keep Palestine Liberation Offices open

US State Department confirms there is no plan to close PLO offices, despite threats to do so.

US to keep Palestine Liberation Offices open

1 killed in Washington school shooting

A student was killed in a shooting at a Washington State High School, near Spokane.

1 killed in Washington school shooting

U.S. states vow to defend immigrant program

Several U.S. states say they will file a lawsuit against Trump’s decision to end program that protects illegal immigrants from deportation.

U.S. states vow to defend immigrant program

Watch: Americans celebrate Trump's inauguration

Many Americans were excited for the swearing in of the new President, but there were also those who protested. Arutz Sheva met both sides.

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Report: MK turned spy to speak in Washington

Washington Free Beacon reports that Azmi Bishara, who passed information to Hezbollah, is slated to speak next week in Washington, D.C.

Report: Former MK turned spy to speak in Washington

PM: Israel could make more 'unilateral' moves

In Washington, Netanyahu apologizes for saying "huge numbers of Arabs" came to vote on election day.

Netanyahu: Israel could make more 'unilateral' withdrawals

White House Rejects Personal Attack on Netanyahu

National Security Council says 'chickensh**t' insult to Netanyahu is 'counterproductive,' and 'not the Administration's view.'

White House Rejects Personal Attack on Netanyahu

At AIPAC, Student Activists Make Themselves Heard

Arutz Sheva speaks to a few of the 2,300 young student activists at AIPAC 2014.

At AIPAC, Student Activists Make Themselves Heardplayer

PA Must 'Stand on the Right Side of History'

Addressing record AIPAC Conference, Netanyahu says Israel, US stand on the side of justice; blasts BDS as 'Bigotry, Dishonesty and Shame'.

Palestinian Authority Must 'Stand on the Right Side of History'player

Standing With Israel - Outside AIPAC

As a record 14,000 attend Washington pro-Israel conference, Arutz Sheva speaks to activists who chose to show their support from outside.

Standing With Israel - Outside AIPACplayer

Obama: We Prefer Diplomacy; All Options On Table

Speaking at Saban Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Obama presents diplomatic agreement as stopgap solution for nuclear program.

Obama at Saban: We Prefer Diplomacy, But All Options On Table

MK in DC: Judea Samaria Arabs will be Jordanians

Ayelet Shaked in Washington says Judea Samaria Arabs will be Jordan citizens, Gaza independent or annexed to Egypt, warns of nuclear Iran.

MK Shaked in DC: Judea Samaria Arabs will be Jordanian Citizens