The delegation's trip was reportedly canceled over disagreements on discussing restorations of Jewish property but new information reveals the team flew and met with Jewish community leaders - but kept it from the media
Responding to Rising anti-Semitism, German Daily Prints DIY Skullcap: 'The Only Answer Is We All Wear a Kippa'
Following anti-Semitism commissioner's warning not to don the Jewish skullcap, German newspaper Bild responds with a cut-out kippa, saying: 'The kippa belongs to Germany!'
In Hungary, it's 'Soros.' In Austria, it's 'Silberstein.' They play the same role: the phantom Jew controlling a far larger, darker conspiracy, and not just for the far right: Austria's Chancellor has joined the blame game too
The canonization of the Hebrew Bible into its final 24 books was a process that lasted centuries, and was only completed well after the time of Josephus
Pete Buttigieg, the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, met with with several dozen representatives of Jewish groups in Washington, D.C.
Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner says he 'can no longer recommend Jews wear a kippa at every time and place' as the country is rocked by anti-Jewish attacks
Only five of the 25 Jewish House Democrats support launching an impeachment inquiry, tally shows
Israel's ambassador to Germany says he avoids the far-right AfD party and the museum owning the painting used by the party condemned the campaign, but think tank celebrates it
New York's Yeshivat Chovevei Torah informed the 27-year-old Daniel Atwood he would not be ordained despite the school previously agreeing to do so
Pittsburgh and Poway were an abstract horror for me until last week, when the arson wave hit my own Chicago synagogue. U.S. Jews now join Europe's Jews in facing ongoing anti-Semitic violence against us and our sanctuaries
Does a person merit forgiveness because he himself experienced severe suffering? Haaretz’s ethical adviser has an answer
Synagogues, schools and community centers wrestle with difficult dilemmas — how to be safe but remain welcoming, and how to fund it all
Bottle maker Phoenicia is in danger of closing amid a campaign pressuring wineries to stop using its products
The religious Jewish community cannot justify staying on the sidelines of the abortion debate, writes an ultra-Orthodox health care researcher
Is Israel’s democracy in danger? It depends who you ask: one of the three major world indexes gives Israel its worst rating ever, another its second-best rating ever. But all agree that civil liberties are under threat
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz tweets that he was 'dismayed by the anti-Semitic defilement'
In new Jewish Electorate Institute poll, Israel ranks at the bottom of a list of 16 policy subjects that Jewish voters view as a priority ahead of presidential election
Construction workers discovered 120 coffins filled with the bodies of men, women and children near the border with Poland, where a Jewish ghetto once was
The street sign in the 17th arrondissement commemorating the children notes that they were 'victims of anti-Semitic terror and hatred'
More than 13 million documents from Nazi concentration camps, including prisoner cards and death notices, have been made available to researchers
We’ve prematurely celebrated the demise of Austrian Nazis one too many times. Despite the graft-and-corruption scandal that's just ousted the Freedom Party from government, has anything really changed?
World Jewish Congress president accuses Warsaw of 'profiteering' from Jewish assets confiscated by Nazis and then Communist Poland
The Poles see themselves as the ultimate victims, the Germans repent and pass anti-BDS resolutions, and Israel speaks in two voices
The synagogue’s surveillance cameras filmed the arson attempts and Chicago police told local media that they have identified two suspects
Funding may be used for making synagogues, religious and cultural institution buildings more secure, training for personnel, and any other appropriate activity to increase security
Konrad Berkowicz placed the Jewish skullcap on the head of Anna Krupka during a show recording in Kielce, a city that was the site of an infamous 1946 pogrom
The video claiming that the Holocaust was 'different from how the Jews tell it' was taken down after sparking widespread criticism. Media's Executive Director of Digital Division calls for mandatory bias training
Morawiecki, leader of the right-wing Law and Justice Party, says compensation would be an inversion of victim and perpetrator
Video posted to AJ+ Arabic's social media pages says Jews skewed Holocaust facts and statistics to get reparations from Germany, and that the establishment of Israel was derived from Nazi ideology
Opinion Poland's Militant Nationalists Are Targeting Holocaust Scholars, With Help From an Israeli Historian
Nationalist Poland's 'official history' of the Holocaust is based on the myth of Polish national innocence - and the state and its proxies have mobilized a brutal, relentless attack on independent scholars who challenge their lies
Thousands of suits brought on by opioid overdoses have split the owners of drugmaker Purdue Pharma into two camps
When the U.S. ambassador states 'Israel is on the side of God,' he's voicing in off-base terms the Trump administration's one-sided support for Israel. But an excessively pro-Israel 'ultimate deal' could tip Israeli-Palestinian relations into apocalyptic territory
Sawsan Chebli doesn't stay silent, and it has gotten her far
'As a sign that you have read this, send me a blue thread in a parcel': The heroic tale of young Ravensbrück inmates whose coded messages to their families were no less than genius
David Ben-Gurion, Yitzhak Rabin and Elie Wiesel were among the friends and admirers of the man who wrote 'The Caine Munity' and 'The Winds of War'
Law enforcement investigating possibility that fires were anti-Semitic hate crimes
23-year-old admitted being in a banned far-right terrorist organization and has previously been convicted for child sex offenses
Eric Fingerhut, a former Ohio congressman, will replace Jerry Silverman, who headed the organization for 10 years
Eurovision is escapism for Israelis who still, 71 years on, can’t get used to the idea of living in the Middle East. And for Europeans, it's increasingly an escape from their own continent's ethno-nationalist crises
A combination of aliyah and assimilation has seen Jewish numbers plummet 80 percent in the small South American country, leaving the close-knit community with a crisis it is reluctant to address