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
Much of today's traditions originated with Babylonian worship, and you have to read this to believe how a calf's head morphed into gefilte fish.
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
This desert is too delicious to only eat on Jewish New Year
After reports reveal Facebook allows ads to target 'Jew haters', Buzzfeed reports Google will let you target those searching for 'Zionists control the world'
Members of groups with a Jewish connection from Africa, Asia and South America may get a chance to stay longer in Israel, even if they fall short of citizenship
In January, Bibi implied that Trump’s envisioned wall was a good thing. Now on an Israeli prime minister’s first visit to Latin America, Netanyahu gets a chance to make amends
The digital documents the Argentine president presented to Prime Minister Netanyahu include letters, telegrams and reports from between 1939 and 1950
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.'