Kotel security confiscates prayer group's menorahs, returned only after complaint lodged with police.
Anti-Semitism and economic woes cited for spike, while U.S. immigration hardly rose.
And who declined to answer? New survey results from Jewish Pluralism Watch are in.
Rabbi Tully Bryks had been forced to quit in May 2013 after installing cameras in a girls’ dorm in bid to monitor maintenance staff.
Nazareth is dreaming of a bright Christmas, with hotels and restaurants booked up ahead of the big day on December 25. Locals are thankful that most Israelis have short memories.
Despite a few setbacks, this year showed signs of growing, though at times begrudging, acceptance of Israel's Reform and Conservative movements.
Western Wall rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz accuses the Women of the Wall group of ulterior motives; they plan on bringing separate menorah to women’s section.
You've climbed Masada, floated in the Dead Sea, stuck a note in the Western Wall, stood in line at Jesus' burial place, and cried your heart out at Yad Vashem. Now what?
How does a religious movement that made its way from America end up appealing to immigrants with roots in the atheistic Soviet Union?
As the N.Y. institution marks it centennial, a new film explores the secret of the eatery that gave us the Super Heebster sandwich and other classics.