N.Y. Democrat Jerrold Nadler tells of the outraged complaints his Jewish constituents have lodged over Israel's withdrawal from the plan to create an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall
Jewish World Features
Two thousand years ago, Jews' baseless hatred for other Jews led to the Temple's destruction. What damage might today's manifestation of such hatred yield?
Alon Day is the first Israeli to compete in NASCAR. Most of his training was on simulators. 'I'm going to make history for myself and for my country, Israel,' he says
Americans will surely recognize the preposterously incompetent and embarrassing figure Booker-winning author Jacobson has put on the page. They elected him.
Across the country, from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, similar vigils were held Tuesday and Wednesday in Nabra Hassanen's name and with Jewish support
The rise and fall of Zionism as a religion
The works on this list offer something for everyone, from the disillusioned Zionist to the banned-book fan to the lit-lover with a conscience
Haroon Moghul's 'How to Be a Muslim: An American Story' is a testament to the vitality of American multiculturalism, even after Trump’s election
As growing numbers of Haredi Jews join the army, enroll in universities and find employment outside their community, they're coming out on issues like peace and better social services in Arab East Jerusalem
The idea isn’t so much to turn Israelis into Orthodox Jews, but to get them to identify with the worldview of a party identified with settlements, says one critic