Police say ammunition, semi-automatic weapons, gas mask and anti-Semitic information found at 20-year-old's home
The shul, which is getting advertised as 'a specially-designed building for a warehouse, trading base, storage facility,' is the only one still intact in Belarus
Rounds of ammunition, semi-automatic weapons and anti-Semitic materials found at suspect's house
By barring Omar and Tlaib, the wannabe authoritarian tag-team has committed a reckless, racist, contemptible act driven by stunningly short-sighted political calculations - but with fateful repercussions
A new documentary, 'Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles,' digs into the show’s origin story and much more
Built in stunning Moorish Revival style in 1873, the Rumbach, one of Hungary's most prominent synagogues, will be re-established for religious observance and also act as a cultural center with concerts and exhibitions
Israel’s prime minister has now become the U.S. president’s pet poodle. The Tlaib-Omar debacle is another terrible blow for relations between Israel and the Democratic Party – and between Israel and U.S. Jews
Freshman New York congressman argues Israel missed a chance to ‘advance its interests’ by quashing visit by pro-BDS lawmakers Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. In any case, he says, there are more pressing issues on the U.S. agenda
I joined my son's post-army trip to India just in time to see it launch its own West Bank settlements
Local police say rabbi was pushed to the ground by unidentified suspects. In separate incident, different rabbi was spat at and cursed on the street
'I Didn’t Think Why. I Just Did It': Polish Woman Who Saved Jewish Family in the Holocaust Dies at 102
'I myself didn’t feel any fear,' Krystyna Danko recalled, 'Apparently, the rapid pace at which all these events occurred prevented me from thinking about what could happen'
James Simon's wanted his gifts to be displayed in their own room in Berlin for 100 years. Then the city's museums became part of the Nazi machine and its anti-Semitic madness
The Supreme Court overruled a lower court’s decision to permit gender segregation at a government-organized concert in Afula - but the event was already taking place
Wexner is known as a major donor to Jewish studies and ethical teaching - so how is he connected to his disgraced former money manager?
Catholic and elite private schools join Jewish schools in fighting proposed regulations they say would 'compromise the very mission schools were created to carry forward'
The 55-year-old told police that he was wearing clothes that identified him as a Jew when two men pushed him to the ground from behind
Local police tell Haaretz they are ‘actively investigating’ what they termed a ‘bias incident’ in Lakewood, home to a large Jewish community
The New York-born rabbi, who helped found Masorti Judaism's key establishments, is remembered for his scholarship and understanding
In an attempt to contain Fidesz, the right-wing ruling party, an unlikely alliance featuring Jobbik and left-wing parties has been put together ahead of local elections
If a Jewish state really becomes dependent on the subjugation and annexation of Palestinians - apartheid - then its continuation would be immoral. But we haven’t reached that point of no return yet
Israel's left-wing Zionist politicians won't challenge the occupation this election: They don't want to scare away the voters. So I'm voting for a slate that does - despite the militant anti-Israel antagonism of one of its factions
In March 1941, a young Swedish nurse called Ilse Ganz Koppel helped escort 60 Jewish children from Stockholm to Mandatory Palestine. Now she is sharing her story for the first time
This time, it's Israel's government - not Hamas or the international far left - that's eagerly claiming the annexationist slogan. That means liberal Zionists have only one moral option left
Before his death at 27, the Russian Jewish movie star did it all — while battling a secret illness
The New York City mayor looks to the Satmar community to get the 130,000 individual donors he needs in order to qualify for next month’s party debate
Adam Fannin of Stedfast Baptist Church said Silverman is a 'God-hating whore of Zionism' and that he hopes that 'God breaks her teeth out and she dies'
23-year-old allegedly told FBI informant he was scouting places to attack
Former French spy chief says authorities agreed not to arrest members of Abu Nidal group if it refrained from attacks on French soil
House of worship was temporarily closed due to unspecific threats, in a move criticized by some Jewish leaders
I once regretted that we ever dirtied our hands with the barbaric practice of animal sacrifice at the Temple. But now each Tisha B'Av, I relive the place's destruction all again
When Liora and her husband divorced, she never imagined that she would find herself handcuffed and in a prison cell on the orders of a rabbinical court. Or that the divorce would leave her destitute
Gov't risks abdicating 'American promise of freedom and opportunity,' organizations argue, with Trump administration setting admissions target at a third of what it was for the past 40 years
Bruno Dey, 92, is charged with 5,230 counts of being an accessory to murder and helping the function of former Nazi Stutthof concentration camp, Hamburg court rules
'There are so many other Polish heroes, we don’t need to choose the ones who actually killed other Poles, and in this case, many of them of the Jewish religion,' Schudrich says
The man behind Michaeli Bakery already started a craze by putting a new twist on a classic European cake. But can the veteran baker behind the new venture make it last?
Slotkin says she sees bipartisanship as key to any success in Michigan, which flipped to Trump in 2016 by a tiny margin
Discovering drawing 'was like a kick in my stomach,' says University of Indianapolis student, while school vows to investigate 'act of hate and bigotry'
Emotional debate over the country's World War II-era history erupts after two disputed decisions by Lithuanian capital's municipality
Adelia Johnson wrote in an essay that Connor Betts 'gave me the play-by-play of what was happening' in Pittsburgh. The pair had bonded over mental health issues
Three Jewish men called 's****y Jews' by two separate people after leaving synagogue in German city