Rediscovered trove of Yiddish songs written during the war by Jews in the Soviet Union gets a new life thanks to Canadian scholars and musicians.
Nominated for best short documentary, 'Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah' explores the making of 'Shoah' and the mark it left on its author.
After three years of negotiations, government tentatively scheduled to vote Sunday on plan to create area where men and women from Reform, Conservative denominations could hold services.
In newly-discovered deposition, Dachau survivor recounts he almost froze to death in a hypothermia experiment, and was whipped for not standing still while mosquitoes infected him with malaria.
The new regulations allow participants to legally work while exploring the possibility of immigrating to Israel.
Lawmaker Rachel Azaria has scathing words for settler leaders, but for now her vote still goes to the most right-wing government in Israel's history.
Some Israel-born Jews who abandoned their traditional roots are finding their way back to religious observance thanks to Filipino partners converted by the Reform movement.
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's evangelical-funded group aims to bring 'close to 10,000' Jews to Israel in 2016, but Jewish Agency dismisses his efforts as PR stunt.
'We got to his car, and we’ll get to him, too,' was how Itamar Ben-Gvir threatened the PM in 1995. Now a lawyer, he defends radicals suspected in cases of Jewish terror and hate crimes.
From the suspects in the Duma arson case to the revelers in the ‘wedding of hate,’ the ranks of Jewish extremist groups are filled with immigrants from the U.S. and other English speaking countries.