Anti-Defamation League accuses Jewish Voice for Peace of veering 'uncomfortably close to age-old anti-Semitic canards' with new 'End the #Deadly Exchange' campaign targeting U.S.-Israeli security cooperation
Critics say the fiercely controversial Ariel University serves one purpose only: to entrench the settlements, putting the final nail into the coffin of any potential peace agreement
$66 million initiative has funded outreach centers run by Chabad and Olami, which are actively engaged in bringing Jews closer to Orthodox Judaism
Despite expectations of a 'Trump effect' on aliyah, American Jews staying put
The renovation ostensibly would make amends with the Reform and Conservative movements that want an egalitarian prayer space, but these streams say the new plan drastically falls short
Rabbi Barry Freundel is doing six and a half years for secretly filming women immersing themselves in a ritual bath, and a playwright has decided to tell their story - without ever contacting them
'In five years, we’ll begin to see Palestinian startups popping up too,' says Mellanox CEO Eyal Waldman, the Israeli who co-hosted Tel Aviv event
Reform and Conservative movements: 'Free the Kotel – Enough with ultra-Orthodox domination'
This Blacklisted Orthodox Rabbi Was Barred From Vouching for a Jewish Bride – but Still Allowed to Officiate at Her Wedding
NYC Orthodox rabbi Jason Herman was not surprised to be blacklisted, nor is he shocked by challenges facing Jewish couples seeking to get married in Israel
Anti-terror Fantasy Camps Are Popping Up Throughout Israel and the West Bank - and Tourists Are Eating It Up
A two-hour simulation includes a suicide bombing in a Jerusalem marketplace, a stabbing attack, a live demonstration with attack dogs and a sniper tournament. 'I wonder whether a Jew in Auschwitz could have dreamed that this would ever exist in Israel'