A U.S. Congressman from Orange County and a prominent Southland rabbi were both on Capitol Hill Tuesday for a controversial speech from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the Iran nuclear talks.
A billboard battle aimed at swaying public opinion on Israel is being waged on the streets of Los Angeles.
An L.A.-based Jewish rapper who goes by “Kosha Dillz” says his website was hacked by supporters of the terror group ISIS.
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Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials joined the consul general of Israel in Los Angeles to express the support for Israel’s right to defend itself against Islamic terror group Hamas.
Southland Jewish and Muslim groups were set Friday to hold competing rallies to call for an end to the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants.
The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its ban on U.S. flights to Israel, which it had imposed out of concern over the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Wednesday extended an existing flight ban for up to an additional 24 hours prohibiting all U.S. airlines from flying to Israel.
The Federal Aviation Administration Tuesday prohibited all U.S. airlines from flying to Israel for 24 hours after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport.
A number of Los Angeles residents may have more at stake than most may expect in the recent escalation in the crisis in Israel.
As clashes in Gaza continue to escalate, the State Department has issued a warning for Americans to avoid traveling to the region.
The parents of a 24-year-old Woodland Hills native who died while fighting with the Israeli Defense Forces departed for Israel Monday to make arrangements for their son’s funeral.
Wilshire Boulevard reopened Monday after an officer-involved shooting at a pro-Israeli rally closed it down overnight for a investigation.
The rally was taking place in front of the Federal Building with more than 2,000 participants.
More than 1,000 people came together in the Beth Jacob congregation in Beverly Hills on Tuesday to remember three boys found buried under a pile of rocks near the West Bank town of Halul.