Several Jewish groups sign statement saying they were 'appalled and deeply pained' by remarks that used 'Zionism as a code for Judaism'
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Since the massacre that took the lives of 11 congregation members, Jeffrey Finkelstein has worked to strengthen bonds between Israel and Diaspora Jews
Netanyahu's new government - even more predatory and defiant than before - must usher in a fundamental shift in American Jews’ activism against Israel’s extremists and their alliance with Trump
In addition to being a pioneer in the battle for women’s rights, Bella Abzug fought against the war in Vietnam and was an avid Zionist
Professor Jeff Byers asked students to calculate the amount of gas the Nazis would have to use to give a lethal dose in a particular size room
Relating anti-vaxxers to Judaism is ‘fake news,’ Jewish community leaders in Brooklyn tell Haaretz. So why is the outbreak being treated as a ‘Jewish issue,’ and will Passover make matters worse?
Forget lobbying to cut non-existent U.S. 'economic aid,' getting arrested outside Birthright, sending angry tweets. If you actually want change, this is what to do
Foundation awarding the so-called 'Jewish Nobel' releases humorous video with no mention of allegations against the Jewish philanthropist
Controversial special issue of Israel Studies is slammed by some U.S. academics alleging pro-Israel bias, but co-editor rejects criticism as ‘ugly smear campaign’
Fragile support for Israel is bound to be crushed by a coalition of Jewish supremacists that would destroy democracy, the rule of law and last remaining prospects for peace
Opinion Ben Shapiro Glorifies 'Judeo-Christian Values,' Absolves Its anti-Semitism and Preaches Its Islamophobia
The real debate that Shapiro wanted to stir up with his tweet about the Notre Dame cathedral fire isn’t about medieval France. It’s about 21st century America and Europe: Who’s in, and who’s out
‘I didn’t have the normal resumé for a traditional Jewish professional. I faced a lot of resistance,’ says SooJi Min-Maranda
At a reception before the Passover holiday, Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer praised Trump: 'the Jewish people are blessed to have a real friendly administration'
Leading figures in the Reform and Conservative movements predict what will lie ahead if, as expected, the prime minister opts for a right-wing and religious ruling coalition — and which unlikely lawmaker they may have to pin their hopes on
The driver allegedly covered her face with her sweater and refused to accept the man's transfer, shouting 'Measles! Go in!'
With Mideast peace plan's looming release and concerns over anti-Semitism in the U.S., invitation for Tuesday briefing doesn't specify which topics will be covered
It's no coincidence that Trump's key boosters serially rehabilitate Hitler's nationalism, or that Candace Owens loves the idea that the Nazi dictator just wanted to 'make Germany great again'
Four U.S. lawmakers who have long proved staunch supporters of Israel express concern over the prime minister's campaign promise ■ Other lawmakers single out Netanyahu's 'full-throated embrace of the far right’s extreme agenda'
Mayor Bill de Blasio declared the public health emergency in the affected areas on Tuesday, the latest attempt to tackle a measles outbreak that is affecting mainly the ultra-Orthodox community
For non-Orthodox U.S. Jews, Netanyahu's victory is unfortunate, even tragic. He's shown us only contempt, and his commitment to endless occupation destroys our efforts to sustain broad U.S. support for the Jewish state
Netanyahu's re-election is a black day for solidly liberal American Jews, whose relations with a pro-Trump Israel were already in crisis. But we can't give up
Members of the House and Senate establish April 10 as Stronger Than Hate Day in Pennsylvania
With Trump's blessing, Netanyahu is pushing Israel towards becoming a non-democratic Jewish apartheid state. It just takes one act of hubris that he trial-ballooned during the campaign: annexing the West Bank
Bill de Blasio orders mandatory measles vaccines after city suffers largest measles outbreak since 1991, confined mostly to ultra-Orthodox community in Brooklyn's Williamsburg
Agency to offer nearly 10 percent of its staff early retirement packages ■ Sources: Decline in donations from Jewish philanthropies behind layoffs
Despite what Trump may think, U.S. Jews can't vote in Israel's elections. But if they could, the political chasm between them and most Israelis - from peace to pluralism to Jewish nationalism - would be laid bare for all to see
Jewish Federations of North America, the umbrella group for local Jewish fundraising bodies in the United States, has moved away from Jewish continuity for its own sake
‘I’m not going to lie, the attendance at their events is significantly larger than for ours,’ says Students Supporting Israel president Ofir Dayan about the rival Students for Justice in Palestine
At Republican Jewish conference, U.S. president mocked refugees, asked crowd to push for tariffs with 'your people' and seemed to suggest all Jews voted Obama
In the past 20 years, some 600,000 new immigrants came to Israel – principally from Russia, France and North America. They may be the real reason that the country's politics is now fixed on the right