Republican candidate visited a Detroit church in bid to win over minority voters, but his photos wearing a tallit will likely do little to improve his standing in the Jewish community.
Since the emergence of the so-called 'Chavismo' at the end of the 1990s, the number of Jews has fallen dramatically, with members opting to pack their bags and leave.
The museum, which is under development, does not yet have a permanent exhibition, but announced it would donate its proceeds from visitors to its temporary exhibit on the Torah.
Narrow, judgmental perspectives continue to drive Jewish youth away from practicing. It’s time to realize that Orthodox Judaism can be simultaneously religious and inclusive.
Northern Irish police are treating the incident as a hate crime, British media say. A city councilor says eight youths destroyed more than a dozen graves using jackhammers.
Former Breitbart head Stephen Bannon said Jews raise their kids to be 'whiny brats,' Mary Louise Piccard told court in 2007 after Bannon objected to sending daughters to prestigious L.A. school; Bannon denies making the remarks.
It's hard to tell what's more offensive about Netanyahu and Bennett's new initiative to 'strengthen' Jewish identity abroad: the idea itself or its ham-handed, arrogant and ultimately counterproductive execution.
The seventh annual Muslim-Jewish Conference brought together over a hundred participants from all over the world who want to help their civilizations come to terms with one another.
Anger sparked by Israel’s decision to fund mainly Orthodox organizations in new project to 'strengthening Jewish identity and the connection with Israel' among university students around world.
More than a year after Barry Freundel was put behind bars, some women are loath to endure more testimony on his attempts to view them during ritual baths.