We take the knee for all the times this frightening past year when we, as a society and as individuals, needed to take a stand and failed to act
Jewish World Features
Day After Election Success: Far-right AfD Leader Questions Germany's Special Relationship With Israel
Controversial remarks that contravene Merkel's official policy come a day after the xenophobic AfD party came in third in the national election
The alt-right movement is moving away from the irony of Pepe the Frog and rallying more seriously around the white supremacist hard core
Why do so many Israelis, including people of conscience whose own children are drafted, defend the ultra-Orthodox refusal to do army service?
Observers say there is a growing understanding among many Haredim that the previously taboo subject can no longer be ignored
Puerto Rico is the only island in the Caribbean that has Orthodox, Conservative and Reform congregations — and the latter is growing in leaps and bounds
Those who make outrageous claims about integrating religious soldiers into the Israeli army must be reminded that every soldier, religious or not, has his own moral conscience
In a Slovak town with no Jewish residents, a father and son restore a 200-year-old synagogue – and preserve the history of the Jewish life that once flourished there
'We should be alarmed'
Two New York Jews adrift in Israel seek answers through Kafka, kabbalah and the Tel Aviv Hilton in Krauss's eagerly awaited new novel, 'Forest Dark.'