Dr. Samuel Schidem, an Israeli Druze who gives workshops in Berlin to refugees from Muslim countries, tells Haaretz how refugees can become a balancing factor against radicalization of young Muslims
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Former bishop Peter Ball was convicted and imprisoned in 2015 after pleading guilty to offenses including two counts of indecent assault
The wooden wreck looked like a warship but was too small, and was discovered to have been going the wrong way.
The rise and fall of Zionism as a religion
Israel to Maintain Operational Freedom Even if Safe Zone Established in Southern Syria, Defense Minister Says
Report in Asharq Al-Awsat claimed U.S., Russia and Jordan in talks on setting up safe zone along Jordan-Syrian border
'We Could Hear the Screams': U.S. Forces Question Detainees in Secret Yemen Prisons Rife With Torture
Obtaining intelligence that may have been extracted by torture inflicted by another party could qualify as war crimes
El Al Can No Longer Ask Passengers to Change Seats to Accommodate ultra-Orthodox Men, Israeli Court Rules
El Al forced to change its policy and pay damages to Renee Rabinowitz, the 83-year-old Holocaust survivor who filed the suit
Two double albums by the Cut Circle ensemble, which specializes in vocal music from the Renaissance, are cause for celebration for lovers of early music
Can Snoop Dogg and Mary J. Blige return to their glory days?
Rabbi David Wolpe wants politics to be out of bounds for the American synagogue. But what is Jewish commitment if it leads us to indifference and fear and not study and activism?