Thirteen women compete in the third annual beauty contest for survivors of the Nazi effort to exterminate European Jews.
Jewish World Features
November 25 marks 100 years since Einstein’s theory of relativity was published.
Jews on the Tunisian island of Djerba trace their roots all the way back to Babylonian exile of 586 B.C., and still pray at Africa's oldest synagogue.
Einstein felt his relationship to the Jewish people to be his 'strongest human bond,' one that transcended religion as well as the anti-Semitism that Nazis and their sympathizers leveled against him.
Jewish Communal Fund, a mainstream philanthropic group, has given at least $100,000 to Geller's American Freedom Defense Initiative since 2012.
With many young Jews turning their backs on the denomination in favor for Reform communities, the Conservative movement pays for rebranding.
Starting in January, Welch's will begin selling 100 percent grape juice certified by the Orthodox Union as kosher for Passover and year-round use.
To most Americans, a traitor, to many Israelis, a hero, Pollard's release raises difficult questions for the North American Jewish community.
New York-based guitarist Jon Madof heads Zion80, an 11-piece band that combines Afrobeat rhythms and instrumentation with Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s Hebrew folk melodies.
Walking around Kosherfest is like finding yourself at the most intense synagogue kiddush reception you could ever imagine.