WATCH Deborah Lipstadt at Haaretz Judaism Conference: Israeli Government 'Sold Out' Memory of the Holocaust
Haaretz hosted its first ever Judaism, Israel and Diaspora Conference. Its vision: To expand the definition of Judaism
New survey commissioned for Wednesday’s inaugural Judaism, Israel and Diaspora Conference offers fascinating snapshot of Israeli Jews’ views on God, observance and their U.S. counterparts
Addressing Jewish Agency Board of Governors, Kahol Lavan leader says he is ‘confident’ Israel can defend itself from Iran
In their new books, Bari Weiss and Keith Kahn-Harris tackle how ‘the oldest hatred’ plays out on the right and left of the political spectrum
We need men and women from diverse occupations who will speak openly about the importance of Israel's relationship with the American Jewish community, and how it affects their personal and professional lives
Rare Kafka Letters in Hebrew, Finally Returned to Israel, Reveal Writer's Deep Love for the Language
Artifacts from the literary estate that was delivered to the National Library of Israel this summer include letters Kafka wrote to his Hebrew teacher as well as lists of expressions next to their meaning in German
Jewish liberals and Jewish leftists are fighting it out over whether criticism of far-left voices amounts to a common cause with racists and white supremacists
A French journalist explores three generations of 'bad Jews'
Two out of every three immigrants to Israel come from either Russia or Ukraine, but most aren't recognized as Jewish – which makes things like marrying, starting a family and getting buried a problem
Pushed out of the anti-Semitic left and repelled by the nativist right, Jews are now at a unique political disadvantage among U.K. minorities
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The 'the future use of the house by the police should send an unmistakable signal that this building will forever be removed from the commemoration of national socialism'
Ads released by the Democratic Jewish groups play on the threats of white nationalism to draw in Jewish votes while Republicans focus on breaking ties with Israel
Fed up with ‘humiliating’ treatment at the hands of the Chief Rabbinate, Russian-speaking Israelis are going public with their grievances
93-year-old Edward Mosberg makes parallel between Poles and Jews who collaborated with the Nazis, while historians reject such a comparison
University of Toronto's student union, which supports BDS, previously said the board wouldn't back the campaign to bring kosher food to campus since it is 'pro-Israel'
Conservative station fires host of five years after he supported the impeachment inquiry on the air
Jewish student says that Graduate Student Union told him supporting a campaign to make kosher food available on campus would go against the 'will of the membership'
Pew Research Center on religion and public life published their latest survey on faith in the United States on Friday
Aline Cohen’s face is plastered across billboards, her cosmetics range sells in Israel’s biggest drugstore chains, and her mom and dad call her ‘Boss.’ Oh, and she’s achieved all of this at the age of 18 after overcoming a life-threatening injury
Raanan Rein’s 2015 book 'Fútbol, Jews, and the Making of Argentina' tells a special story about how Jews carved out a new life. It’s finally coming out in Hebrew
'Sefarad,' likely the costliest production by any European Jewish community, was released on Amazon Prime
Move comes after Polish Prime Minister complained that the streaming giant's series about the trial of Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk shows a map of Nazi death camps inside the borders of modern Poland
After 'Shifty Schiff,' will Trump disparage his committee’s brilliant attorney as 'Greedy Goldman'?
The project is the brainchild of Grammy-winning music supervisor Randall Poster, inspired by Yo La Tengo’s annual run of Hanukkah concerts
Canceling the sale would 'send a message that some things particularly when so metaphorically blood soaked, should not and must not be traded,' the rabbi writes
Be prepared for a complete lack of self-awareness, strange ahistorical assertions - and a jarring similarity to the selective framing of anti-Semitism championed by one Benjamin Netanyahu
Speaking at his general audience Wednesday, Francis denounced anti-Semitism, saying it is raging after the world thought the 'brutalities' of the Holocaust were over
Bernie Sanders pens an essay for left-wing magazine Jewish Currents, argues that Trump’s 'own words helped inspire the worst act of antisemitic violence in American history'
Motivational expert shows how lighting Hanukkah candles can help us understand importance of sticking to a task
A high birthrate means the number of ultra-Orthodox Jews will keep rising, and that’s bad news for the economy
The events are part of the so-called Shabbat Project, which claims to encourage Jews from all walks of life in Israel and abroad to 'keep one full Shabbat' this weekend
Funding being boosted for anti-bias efforts in borough that has been epicenter of anti-Semitic incidents in New York City in recent years
Seeking more exposure and a larger audience, a major festival with a host of cultural offerings that’s named for Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, is returning to the Big Apple next week, for the second time
'The Devil Next Door,' which tells the story of John Demjanjuk, convicted by German court for being a Nazi death camp guard, includes a map showing camps inside borders of modern Poland