This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A Jewish Frenchman who is looking for a good life with like-minded people in the Jewish state, and an Israeli interior designer creating a fun spiritual experience at an Uman hotel
Admired Holocaust historian Annette Wieviorka's visit to China in the 1970s turned her world upside down. 'We saw trucks carrying people with shaved heads, bent over, eyes downcast'
'Terrorists' and 'separatists': What two European states' legislative campaigns against a 'political Islam' they never properly define really mean for their Muslim citizens
Marine Le Pen, leader of France's far-right National Rally, is currently polling ahead of Emmanuel Macron for the 2022 presidential election. Has she changed, or has her country? And will the nation's Jews follow?
France's third lockdown follows slow vaccination rollout
Paris closed its embassy after evacuating some 50 French and British nationals as fighting broke out in Tripoli in July 2014, and will be reopening following a smooth transition of power after a decade of violence
The original owner had to sell the painting 'Rosiers sous les Arbres' at a knock-down price to survive financially after the Nazis annexed Austria in 1938, says France's culture minister
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says that while there was a stated will to return to talks, tensions remained
Qatar increased its purchase by 361 percent, while Saudi Arabia, the world's largest arms importer, increased by 61 percent
French Foreign Ministry says French nationals traveling to or from Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Britain and Singapore would no longer need a compelling reason to travel
Police suspect assailant was intending to carry out a terrorist attack against Jewish individuals
France's intelligence services concluded that a sarin gas attack near Damascus that killed 1,400 people had been carried out by government forces, which the Syrian regime has denied
Two hosts at Beur FM were suspended after planning to discuss the Israeli-Moroccan normalization agreement on air and then meeting with the Israeli chargé d’affaires in Paris. The station denies allegations of antisemitism
To understand the Pétain government's inexplicable support for the continued activities of the Jewish Scouts during World War II, we must abandon our stereotypical views of the Holocaust in France
The French president is set to visit a Lebanon on the verge of collapse – and maybe the formation of a Sunni militia – to promote economic reforms whether or not a new government is finally formed
French president also warns a very short time remains to prevent Tehran from having a nuclear weapon, Al Arabiya reports
It remains unclear how Biden's administration might tackle Lebanon
Camille Kouchner's new book - in which she accuses the jurist and media personality Olivier Duhamel of raping his stepson, her twin brother - sparked a #MeTooIncest movement in France. Now experts weigh in on the scandal: 'It’s true that in leftist circles there was great permissiveness, but molestation has always existed'
Assaf Granit's eatery is the first Israeli kitchen in France to receive the coveted ranking
'I don’t serve Jews' one of the food couriers allegedly said upon arriving to pick up an order from kosher restaurant
ID tags unearthed at the site of the death camp reveal that hundreds of the victims had roots in North Africa
Miss France Beauty Pageant Runner-up Targeted by Antisemitic Tweets After Saying Her Father Is Israeli
'Hitler forgot about you' is just one of the tweets that provoked condemnations from some of France’s top politicians, including its minister in charge of citizenship who offered April Benayoum her 'full support'
The Lebanese government is trying to show investigators that its politicians will not be questioned, while the army and police are getting ready for the streets to erupt anew
The English-language work by Ephraim Shoham-Steiner tells about the thieves' and killers' quirky methods – and sometimes they outsourced the job to their sturdier non-Jewish neighbors
Ali Riza Polat received a 30-year sentence on Wednesday for assisting three Islamist terrorists whose killing spree left 17 dead in January 2015. Not everyone in the Jewish community is happy with the verdicts for the 14 defendants
The widow, Hayat Boumeddiene, was charged in absentia after she fled to Syria
The proposed legislation targets home schools, mosques or associations that promulgate an ideology running counter to French values
'It is more effective to have a policy of demanding dialogue than a boycott,' says Macron, citing Egypt's role in counter-terrorism and regional stability
The two NATO allies, who have clashed over caricatures of Prophet Muhammad and the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, are at loggerheads ■ 'If you love Armenians so much, you should give them Marseilles,' Erdogan says
76 mosques out of the more than 2,600 Muslim places of worship had been flagged as possible threats to France's Republican values and its security