Observers say there is a growing understanding among many Haredim that the previously taboo subject can no longer be ignored
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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.'
Tens of thousands of artworks stolen from Jews during World War II are still in the hands of the Dutch authorities and in museums in Holland - and they're not giving them back
Jewish Activists Arrested Protesting Trump's Ending of DACA - and They're Calling on the Establishment to Step Up
Yonah Lieberman, one of the leaders of the IfNotNow organization arrested in front of Trump Tower in New York, says 'Jews have special responsibility to be on the streets right now'
Video shared on social media shows teachers measuring students' hair in a New Jersey school, while an Israeli school monitors the parents' wardrobe
U.S. administration’s plan to cut foreign participation in work-exchange programs could bar Israeli counselors and deal a blow to Jewish summer camps across the U.S.
Sprinkled with Christians and Messianic Jews, Guam's fledgling Jewish community looks to Israel in the face of missile threats: 'I've visited Israel a couple of times, and what we’re experiencing in Guam is pretty similar'
Hitler-loving racists and African Americans came together for two minutes to watch the historic eclipse; this Israeli reporter spent that time in a police station
Author Eric Hauser admits he infringed Matt Furie's copyright with his book 'The Adventures of Pepe and Pede'
A genuine sense of belonging requires sacrifice, and alternatives such as the 'brit milim' (covenant of words) won’t do because they miss the essence of Judaism