Dozens of shuls like Congregation Beit Simchat Torah are assisting undocumented immigrants at risk of being rounded up for deportation by the Trump administration
Agreement on payment of benefits follows months of talks between Israel and Germany
Party spokesman says Dianne Hayter lost her position as the holder of Brexit portfolio because comments 'grossly insensitive to Jewish staff '
Yes, Israel figures prominently in the religious imagination of America's 60 million white adult Evangelicals. But it's not all about the Second Coming
Some worrying components of Hebrew fascism are still evident in Israel's right wing, 80 years on
Isaac Herzog, a former leader of Israel's Labor Party, wrote to Corbyn that it was 'anti-Semitic to delegitimize the Jewish people's right to a sovereign state of its own'
'To me this is a celebration of life after death. Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves'
Iran, Treason and Cover-ups: Argentina's Jews Still Seeking 'Truth or Justice' on Country's Worst Terrorist Attack
No one has ever been convicted for the terror attack on the AMIA Jewish community center that killed 85 and injured hundreds more on July 18, 1994. Community leaders reveal how the atrocity is still having an impact
In first interview with Israeli press, HUC president Andrew Rehfeld slams comments of Israel's education minister
'International refugee law was formulated in response to what happened to the Jewish community during the Holocaust, when no country would let us in,' one representative tells Haaretz
'The Labour Party welcomes everyone* irrespective of race, creed, age, gender identity, or sexual orientation. (*except, it seems, Jews),' reads the statement
One of the Israeli intelligence agency’s most daring missions is being turned into a movie, ‘Red Sea Diving Resort.’ Here are all the details on the breathtaking operation that saved thousands of Ethiopian Jews’ lives in the 1980s
Jewish group condemns ruling of 2017 incident, saying it is 'astounded and indignant'
Opinion Does Miriam Adelson Really Think Donald 'Go Back' Trump Still Deserves His Own Book in the Bible?
Adelson’s drooling suggestion mirrors the quasi-Messianic way Trump’s religious fans refer to him. But we religious Jews cannot be complicit in his racism, just because he didn't single us out – this time
Police are investigating what the Anti-Defamation League described as a coordinated campaign by a national online white supremacist group
Department of Justice summit devoted sessions to 'anti-Semitism on campus' and 'combating anti-Semitism while respecting the first amendment'
Montana resident sued after her family received threatening anti-Semitic messages due to posts and photos on white supremacist website
In a statement Monday, the Islamic movement said recent remarks by Fathi Hammad, a member of its politburo, 'don’t represent the movement’s official positions'
Chief editor of The Jewish Press defends tweets, calling criticism 'a smear tactic' to deter his comments on values of the Torah
Concerned site could become target of anti-Semitic vandalism, council to vote on plan in coming months
Conversion therapy assumes that homosexuality is a shameful, but curable, 'illness.' That a religious Israeli government minister condones such an abhorrent practice is an affront to the Torah
ADL condemns Trump’s claim that the four congresswomen hate Israel, warns that his accusations of anti-Semitism are damaging to the security of the Jewish state
Following a complaint, deputy attorney general says segregation at event for religious and ultra-Orthodox people was improper ■ Organizers say attendees insisted on it
Netanyahu has failed on so many fronts that attacking him should be low-hanging fruit for his opponents. This is how to smash the 'Bibi illusion' – from his appeasing Nazi apologists to the Iran crisis to his endemic corruption
Dozens of synagogues across the country have joined a network of houses to offer undocumented immigrants protection during expected U.S.-wide raids
After investigative program revealed that thousands of hate speech complaints led to 15 party expulsions, Corbyn says: 'We investigate every case that comes up'
Yellow Vest protesters yelled 'Dirty Jew, you’re a hater, you’re going to die, you’re going to hell' at Finkielkraut during a February demonstration
Education Minister Rafi Peretz’s series of gaffes have embarrassed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and shown that his alliance with the ultra-religious is crumbling
'If I had to, I would define myself as a Paris-based wandering Jew,' says historian and architect Jean-Louis Cohen in a visit to Tel Aviv
'A serious phenomenon has spread in our city Elad, in which young boys and children walk around publicly with dogs. This is strictly forbidden'
A year after statement sparked controversy, Foreign Ministry says disclosing such information could harm Israel's relations with Poland and reignite old controversies
Rafi Peretz can’t get why calling U.S. Jewish assimilation a 'second Holocaust' is so offensive. It shows that Israel's religious nationalists now have about as much in common with liberal U.S. Jews as Pharisees and Jesus did
No one quite knows how many empty shuls Tel Aviv has, but there are lots of creatives examples of what is being done to reuse them
British program shows how the once earnestly anti-racist left-wing party was turned into a dogmatic cult after the arrival of its new leader in 2015
Rabbi Mike Moskowitz’s life changed four years ago when a member of his immediate family transitioned. Now he’s a passionate advocate for the transgender community
Collaboration will be project-based and won't include annual contributions as prior to the breakup, International Fellowship for Christians and Jews chief says
Trump administration revokes invitation it had extended to Ben Garrison, who portrayed U.S. security officials being manipulated by George Soros and the Rothschilds
Education Minister Peretz's analogy between extermination and assimilation was far more repulsive - but the reactions far more restrained