Twenty years after the film’s U.S. release, Marcello Pezzetti recounts how he convinced the Italian filmmaker to make the ending darker and says he thinks Italians still have a lot to learn from the movie
Republican candidate Ron DeSantis and Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum both chase the state's Jewish vote, which could prove crucial in tight race
'We must increase Israeli exposure to your schools, camps and communities,' Rivlin tells Jewish Federations' GA
Their problematic relationship is a casualty of the culture wars sparked by the presidencies of Obama and Trump
Alessandra Mussolini, an Italian European Parliament member, threatened legal action against posts disrespectful to her grandfather, galvanizing local Jewish community into action
The animation 'Mocro Park' is meant to celebrate and satirize the country’s Arab youth culture
Despite repeated denials, Haaretz obtained an internal document confirming Israel's top religious institution maintains a list of approved rabbis whose certification of conversion and marriage makes the cut
Critics from both the progressive and Orthodox side of the Jewish political map say annual General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America fails to deliver on its 'We need to talk' slogan
Israeli Diaspora Minister Will Be Conspicuously Absent From This Week’s Big Diaspora Event in Israel
The Jewish Diaspora's biggest annual event is taking place in Tel Aviv this week – but the minister in charge of Diaspora ties will not be attending
Number of Britons seeking German citizenship rose from 43 in 2015 to 1,667 last year
We now know far more about how far American Jewish dollars embitter Palestinian lives, target Israel's critics and entrench the occupation. It's time to say: Enough
Democrats Abroad Israel are ramping up their get-out-the-vote activities on the Israeli street, hoping every vote counts in the effort to take back the House. Republicans are missing from the scene, and say they won't 'reveal their original methods'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: What it's like to serve on an Israeli army counter-terrorism unit ■ The difference between the American and the Israeli Burning Man
This could be the last chance to identify war criminals who may still be alive, researchers and Nazi hunters say of the petition at stake
News site deletes organ accusation from column but retains charge that Israel is 'murdering' and 'kidnapping' Palestinian children
Spokesman for German pro-business party Free Democrats says the increase 'clearly related to the Brexit referendum'
The new exhibit 'What makes us human?' at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History finally chooses to side with science and address the scientific facts of evolution, but the omission of Darwin's theories as well as public reactions make it evident that it's soon to call this a success
Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok acknowledged this week that his ministry’s treatment of Zwartendijk was 'inappropriate' and expressed Holland’s admiration for his actions during World War II
Innocent Book Club or Alt-Right Movement? The anti-Semitic Body Spreading Fliers Blaming Jews for Kavanaugh Allegations
Fliers making accusations against George Soros and U.S. Jews appeared over the past week in six different states and have been attributed to the 'Stormer Book Club.' Turns out that a bigger group is behind the move
If Reform Jewish leaders were really honest with themselves, this is what they would say – acknowledging they’ve elevated their opposition to Orthodoxy far above grappling with the critical problems in their own house
Is the secular Jewish socialism of a pre-war mass movement opposed to Zionism really coming back from oblivion? A small kernel of young, idealistic Jews think it’s the answer to today’s Jewish identity crisis. This is why they’re wrong
The new advertisement by the National Republican Congressional Committee shows Democratic candidate Dan Feehan next to stacks of dollars and an image of Jewish-Hungarian philanthropist George Soros
'You know what? We honestly don’t care if Ted Cruz wants to insult us. If anything, being attacked by Ted Cruz is a badge of honor'
The highest grossing Dutch film of the year, 'The Resistance Banker,' highlights Walraven van Hal, who bankrolled the anti-Nazi resistance in Holland
Ruth Beckermann's 'The Waldheim Waltz,' Austria’s entry into the Oscars’ foreign film race, investigates the roots of far-right populist movements in Europe
Sanders shaping U.S. foreign policy | Khashoggi crisis and Trump's plans for Iran | Marilyn Monroe's Jewish prayer book goes up for auction
'I can’t wait for this revolution to end, so I can go back out to dinner'
Monroe converted to Judaism in 1956 prior to her marriage to Jewish-American writer Arthur Miller. The prayer book was previously put up for auction in 2017 and went unsold
The campaign is meant to pressure the Israeli government to change its position on allowing Lara Alqasem to enter the country. Alqasem has been detained for 15 days at Ben Gurion Airport
Haifa Rabbinical Court also fines woman for forging documents
We know where bigoted, autocratic, indecent and parochial views like those of Donald Trump lead. U.S. Jews should be praying for every Democratic candidate canvasser to succeed: the American Jewish future depends on it
Is the story of the Philistine champion Goliath a distant memory of an event that took place in the 11th century B.C.E. or a fable by priests conspiring in Jerusalem 400 years later?
Even Trump’s decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem was viewed negatively by U.S. Jews, new poll claims
Jewish mega-donors on both sides of the aisle are leading the charge
A Jewish Democrat in the classic style is seeking to unseat two-term GOP Representative Lee Zeldin in New York's 1st congressional district
The Israeli Arab broadcaster's decision not to apologize for what she is or the person she fell in love with should be a model for the new Israeliness, which doesn't surrender to people who preach racial purity
In March, the 19-year-old desecrated a monument located near the ruins of the crematoria in the former Birkenau camp
Asiimwe Rabbin, who led the first-ever Birthright group from Uganda, denied visa because Interior Ministry does not accept his community as eligible for Law of Return
New finds in the 2,000-year-old underground cemetery include the first Hebrew inscription at the site, as well as signs that Christians and Jews may have shared the burial space
What exactly is the threat posed by allowing a 22 year-old American student to study at Hebrew University? How will she harm the economy? Damage the Mideast's strongest military? What's so frightening about someone who wants to learn more about Israelis and Palestinians?