Defendant says he is not anti-Semitic and that 'I didn't want to hit him, I just wanted to scare him'
A total of 6,727 people are prohibited from marrying in Israel due to issues relating to their Jewishness, a Knesset study shows
Historians weigh in on Jeff Sessions’ use of Paul’s letter to the Romans to justify the Trump administration’s immigration policy, and its connections with Hitler, slaveholders and apartheid regimes
A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch
Five days before the concert, Kholardi wrote on Twitter: 'f***ing Jews are so corrupt'
About 40 activists attend first ‘Moral Mincha’ on Monday, angered by organization’s recent support of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. ‘We aren’t in the business of selling our souls to be the court Jews of this administration,’ says one participant
The amendment dismisses need for religious justification to refuse work on the day of rest, while exempting those in ‘essential services, public health and safety’
Israel should ignore the noisy, serial threats Turkey throws at states recognizing the Armenian genocide. The Jewish state has a particular responsibility to oppose those who would deny genocide
Ultra-Orthodox Party Faction 'Won’t Back' Current Version of Contested IDF Draft Bill Rocking Netanyahu's Government
Netanyahu wants to reach an agreement on the bill within two weeks and pass it by the end of the Knesset’s summer session, in five weeks
Husband fled the country after being ostracized in the orthodox community. Rabbis find technical loophole and void marriage as 'one of the witnesses to the marriage was not an observant Jew'
Israel's rabbinate is no meritocracy: it's stuffed with political appointees, a proven recipe for corruption. And now it seeks to control local Orthodox communities around the world
Prosecutor says Kollegah and Farid Bang's lyrics may be 'vulgar,' they don't represent Holocaust denial
Rome's Jewish community branded the motion of far-right Brothers of Italy party 'a disgrace to the history of the city'
Krauthammer, who announced he is dying of cancer, wrote often about how he sees Israel as a beacon of freedom and U.S. President Donald Trump as a threat to democracy
Ari Nagel, a math professor from Brooklyn, has sired 33 children across the U.S. But after donating his sperm to seven women in Israel, the Health Ministry has put its foot down
Speaking at a coalition heads meeting which did not include all the major players clashing on the issue, Netanyahu says he seeks agreement and approval for the bill before the end of the current Knesset seat
Roseanne Barr Cites 'Planet of the Apes' Article in Attempt to Argue Her Infamous Valerie Jarrett Tweet Was Not Racist
'Rod Serling wrote Planet of The Apes. It was about anti-semitism. That is what my tweet referred to-the anti semitism of the Iran deal. Low IQ ppl can think whatever they want'
Artifacts, including ancient torahs written on gazelle leather, which were stored for safe-keeping have been reported missing in Damascus.
The organization has teamed up with over 25 Jewish groups criticizing the administration’s policy
'He said in some interview that the friends he’s lost because of politics it’s like exfoliating, and I was like, okay, I like the spa metaphors,' Portman told Stephen Colbert on his late night show
The Israelis call it iced coffee, Starbucks calls it a Frappuccino and still others call it a blended ice coffee. Our critic keeps it simple, calling these five coffee chains’ versions of the icy summer drink delicious
Set in London’s Haredi community, 'Disobedience,' starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams, transcends its social confines to create a complex story
The only way to challenge its hegemony on marital matters is for more Jews – in Israel and the Diaspora – to make it a norm to bypass religious authorities when tying the knot
And how Roman Abramovich conquered the top spot with no time left on the clock
In losing the bidding process, the Reform movement laments 'blatant discrimination against non-Orthodox Judaism and an egregious waste of public funds'
Researchers say they were shocked by the discovery as the famous physicist was known for his humanitarianism
But Israel is also by far the least religious country in the Middle East, according to new study
Madoff trustee reaches $280 Million accord with Merkin Funds | How the king of New York kosher restaurants helped Qatar win over American Jewish leaders
Move by Knesset members follows Haaretz report on growing number of Jewish couples marrying outside of Orthodox-sanctioned system
Israel did not qualify, but there are still Jewish highlights in Russia
The drag queen was an early favorite on the popular tv show, but last week viewers found themselves sitting shiva for the untimely elimination of Miz Cracker
Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who formed a coalition with a pro-Iranian political bloc, is known to call for ending sectarianism in Iraq
One of the two says the drawing was a 'stupid joke'
Conservative movement, which converted almost all of Abayudaya community's members, to demand that a government decision denying recognition be overturned
Two attacks on Holocaust memorials and one on a Italian barbershop are the latest anti-Semitic incidents targeting European Jews
New survey includes first ever numbers on unrecognized Jewish wedding ceremonies performed outside of Orthodox establishment, highlighting Israelis’ growing contempt for Chief Rabbinate
Signs commemorating the Nakba could 'seriously disrupt public order,' according to a top French government official
Heinz-Christian Strache, whose party has controversial Nazi roots, has in the past defended the image, which portrays 'the bankers' as a man with Star of David buttons
To mark what would have been Anne Frank’s 89th birthday, the museum has launched a virtual reality tour of the famous quarters
After the rape and murder of a 14-year-old by an Iraqi asylum seeker, far-right parties and social media have exploited the case for their own ends