Amid cumbersome extradition procedures, Jewish suspects from France and the former Soviet Union find sanctuary via the Law of Return
With the mandate for cobbling a coalition together about to pass to his rival, the sword of indictment dangling over his neck and untold pressures at home, Benjamin Netanyahu has entered a state of uncharacteristic paralysis
Sociologist Chaim Waxman pinpoints the reasons why so many U.S. Orthodox Jews have become right wing, and when it started
Group allegedly masqueraded as Iranian hackers in attacks on dozens of countries ■ Operation most active in Mideast but also targeted U.K.
A new book examines how, nearly a century ago, a small town in upstate New York saw an actual blood libel, where the residents were ready to entertain the notion that their Jewish neighbors had kidnapped a young child for a ritual sacrifice
In 'Ziara,' featuring local and international artists brought together by their shared roots, curator Amit Hai Cohen aims to harness the force of the 'global social network' of Moroccan-ness to show the modern face of this North African culture
From a meal in an Arab village to a political discussion in the West Bank, there are excursions to match everyone’s interests. And you might just learn something about yourself