The senate minority leader also refuted claims that his party doesn't support Israel, saying 'plain and simple, the Democratic party supports Israel and will continue to do so'
This marks the first time Poles could state the name of their relatives in the 'Every Person Has a Name' ceremony which comes amid growing tension over the Polish 'Holocaust Law'
The former AIPAC intern turned sports media businesswoman Betsy Berns Korn was announced next president of the lobby group on Sunday
Gantz speaks at AIPAC, Netanyahu cuts short Washington trip after Gaza rocket wounds seven in central Israel
Pro-BDS progressives in Congress and academia claim to be advocates of pluralism. But they've adopted a binary, absolutist way of thinking we associate more with the far right, and their quasi-religious fervor only targets Jews
Shumley Boteach placed full-page ad in Sunday’s Washington Post comparing congresswoman’s words with famously anti-Semitic quotes, ahead of gala event he's hosting Thursday with leading White House officials
Netanyahu is breathing a sigh of relief: Now Trump is free to campaign for him, joining a long line of U.S. presidents who've interfered in Israel's elections. The only downside is what Trump will expect in return
Irving, previously jailed in Austria for his Holocaust denial, has been taking deposits for a planned tour to Nazi death camps
Netanyahu's son was temporarily banned by Facebook for racist post, shared meme praised by neo-Nazi leader and said after Charlottesville that leftist 'thugs' were more dangerous than white supremacists
The pro-Israel lobby must abandon some long-entrenched habits if it hopes to prosper in these hyperpartisan times. For starters, it needs to stop being so secretive
IDF veterans who testify about potential war crimes don't attract celebrity status, like in America: for most Israelis, they've betrayed the 'nation-at-arms' where security always trumps civil liberties and democracy
77-year-old billionaire businessman, who owns the New England Patriots, issues apology but pleads not guilty to charges, which his attorney says he will fight
He is a hero among right-wing Jews for historic policy decisions that are in sync with Israel’s government
U.S. secretary of state tells Christian broadcaster during trip to the Middle East he 'certainly believes it's possible' the president is like the queen, after whom a book in the Hebrew Bible is named
Spokesperson Elizabeth Pipko tells New York Times her group is in it for the long haul, saying she likes a challenge when asked about getting Jewish millennials to vote for the Republican Party
Many Diaspora Jews feel it would be easier to defend Israel without Netanyahu – but he has served as a distraction from real differences between them and Israeli Jews
Family and foundations of Birthright co-founder respond to NYT report on Steinhardt's pattern of sexual harassment: Remarks were made in 'jest'
In December, Vox became the first far-right party in decades to enter a regional parliament by winning 12 seats in Andalusia, far surpassing expectations
The president is already rolling out his re-election strategy. Will he make Jewish Democrats choose between support for Israel and their party?
Major sponsor Adam Milstein said the two Muslim congresswomen 'clash with American values'
A new biography sheds light on the motivations of the man who nearly assassinated the Fuehrer
Haaretz uncovers Modi’in's secret
Progressive advocacy movement quotes opposition of Iran deal and Netanyahu's deal with Kahanists as two of the reasons to boycott the pro-Israel lobby's conference
U.S. congregation attacked by a gunman in October says 'compelled' to aid, 'just as our Jewish community was so compassionately supported by people of many faiths'
Comments come after American-Israeli coach told reporters he was not involved in his team’s controversial forfeiting of a match
Shortly after voicing criticism, Yang said he however supports 'the freedom of parents to adopt circumcision for any religious or cultural ritual as desired'
From Judas and his 30 pieces of silver to internet memes presenting avaricious Jewish bankers, anti-Semitic imagery linking Jews to money is nothing new. The ‘Jews, Money, Myth’ exhibition at London’s Jewish Museum is confronting the problem head-on
What is its origin? When did it begin? Why did many Jews scorn it – and is the underlying tale of love, murder and betrayal true?
Also on Monday in Crimea, Putin proposed inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the opening of a synagogue in Sevastopol, Crimea
Something borrowed, something Lent? The custom seems to have arisen in 13th century Italy, as festivities and masquerading escalated towards Shrove Tuesday
Peter Szijjarto says his country's embassy will remain in Tel Aviv, in keeping with international law and EU policy
Scraping the swastikas off our public spaces still leaves a mark. Ditching Steve King - re-elected nine times - from Congressional committees still leaves Trump, whose racism-friendly supporters are now filling his re-election coffers
Prosecutor's office says exhuming victims killed when 300 of the 340 Jews were burned alive by neighbors would not provide any new evidence
Opinion From Satirical Memes to Massacring Muslims: How the Dark Web Turns White Supremacists Into Terrorists
The far right has weaponized the alternative Internet culture that once reveled in transgressive memes and witty pop culture references. Their gamification of extremism, largely unnoticed and unchallenged, has lethal consequences
The committee is expected to steer donations to candidates in both parties who adopt a centrist pro-Israel position
Irving taking deposits for 9-day, $3,650 trip ■ Promotion materials call camps 'controversial' and describe him as a Hitler expert
'It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. And also the most beautiful. The dogs and I took care of each other the whole way. '
Destruction and damage are widespread after five years of conflict over eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russian-backed separatists
The videos, released ahead of prime minister’s arrival in the United States next week, show similar statements by both leaders on democracy, rule of law and minorities
'Our Muslim family must know that they are not alone,’ say the Jewish solidarity for New Zealand Mosques drive organizers