'He blessed me in Italian and I blessed him in Hebrew,' Rabbi Rick Jacobs says of meeting in which inter-religious dialogue and Mideast peace were raised
Denial runs deep. Five decades on, it's still the one word you mustn’t mention in polite Diaspora Jewish society
B’nai B’rith Canada report tracks incidents of harassment, vandalism and violence against Jews and Jewish institutions
Teodoro Gauto lied in his immigration papers but Israel won’t revoke his citizenship, citing his good behavior in his 14 years here
Despite food shortages, a state-owned oil firm was one of the largest corporate donors of the event in Washington
Anuar Majluf, a BDS proponent and head of Chilean-Palestinian organization, was refused entry to Israel when he arrived in Ben Gurion Airport: 'The Chilean government should act reciprocally'
Canada would be the largest developed country to end a nationwide prohibition of recreational marijuana
While Trump opted not to attend the White House seder, Canada's leader went full kippa for his, hosting Jewish staffers for traditional meal.
Antonio Adolfo Perez was convicted of coercion in the expulsion in 2014 of the 500-member Lev Tahor sect, following religiously tainted disputes with its Mayan residents.
Ruling comes three years after a German commission found that the owners of a $227 million collection were not forced to sell it by the Nazis.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted asylum by Ecuador after a British court ordered him extradited to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual molestation case.
After 7 Years Secret Negotiations and Promises of Aid: How Israel Restored Diplomatic Relations With Nicaragua
The breakthrough follows a year of secret talks through official and unofficial channels, as well as promises of economic assistance to the Central American country.
Nicaraguan President Ortega suspended ties with Israel in 2010 after the deadly raid on the Turkish flotilla trying enter Gaza.
Fast facts about 'alt-right' Rebel Media's Jewish founder.
President Donald Trump's daughter will also get government-issued communications devices, although she will not be a government employee.
Trump's daughter and Canada's PM join 120 ambassadors from around the world - including Israel - to watch a musical that recalls the small Canadian town that took in thousands of stranded airline passengers after 9/11.
'Women can perform mitzvot and participate in an equal position in religious services,' Sao Paolo community president says.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray calls for U.S. to allow a path to legality for estimated 6 million undocumented migrants currently in the country.
Hundreds of people, mainly from Africa and the Middle East, have defied winter conditions and walked across the border, seeking asylum amid the immigration crackdown in the U.S.
Theft during transfer from Sao Paolo leads Jewish women's group to call off exhibition.