Campaign to oppose hatred comes after Israeli Arab wearing skullcap as 'experiment' was attacked in Berlin
Source says Genesis Prize Foundation believes actress will donate money as planned ■ Israeli culture minister blasts Portman, says she's been manipulated by anti-Israel activists
After suddenly leaving the museum, Trayon White says the visit 'has given me the chance to meet a lot of great Jews'
Just as Israel’s African refugees at last saw a flicker of justice, another callous deportation crisis erupted in Britain. That sudden feeling of being unwanted in the place you consider home? We know it too
There have generally been three ways in which women have entered Israel’s history books: as artists, martyrs or grieving mothers. Feminist historians are working for the state’s hidden figures to get the recognition they deserve
The victim donned a traditional Jewish skullcap as an 'experiment' after being told it was not safe to wear one in Germany
Amid debate over anti-Semitism in the U.K., author responds to tweet claiming 'Judaism is a religion not a race' — and grows increasingly frustrated
Warsaw pays homage to hundreds of Jewish fighters who rebelled against the Nazis despite knowing they were doomed
From smuggling immigrants into Mandatory Palestine to working in underground bullet factories, these seven men and women all played a role in establishing the Jewish state. They recount their war stories and reflect on whether Israel has lived up to their hopes
Stashed underground in boxes and milk cans by a clandestine group of Jewish archivists, the thousands of surviving papers document life and death in the doomed ghetto
A young woman of African descent who used to wander around the grounds is suspected of being connected to the vandalism, though there's no comment whether it was part of a hate crime
Conservative lawmakers were keen to say they were not political point-scoring in the debate, when Jewish Labour lawmakers listed the abuse they had received on social media
In a self-published interview, the former Smiths frontman described kosher food production as 'very cruel' and called for its prohibition
The 'anti-imperialist' left is now shilling for tyrants in Damascus and Moscow. And conspiracy theories are the toxic glue binding them to their fellow Assad and Putin apologists on the alt-right
Jewish activists were protesting anniversary of group that organizes 10-day trips to Israel for Diaspora Jews and trying to hand out symbolic 'return the birthright' tickets
Now in their 80s or 90s, three youngsters were all in the hall for various reasons during the historic event in Tel Aviv on May 14, 1948. They look back on it wistfully, even if at the time they were unaware of its significance
Ein Dor and Yizre’el in northern Israel were both established in 1948. One was privatized in 2003, while the other still serves three communal meals a day and adheres to the old kibbutz socialist ethos – can you guess which one is thriving today?
'There aren’t black people who are Jews.' Naomi Wadler told Elle magazine in an interview that she experiences discrimination by classmates for being black and Jewish
If anyone had thought that once he was released from prison, Rabbi Eliezer Berland would remain alone, unforgiven for the acts he had confessed to and bereft of followers, they were very wrong
'I say to the crown prince and the other multi-billionaire leaders in the region, stop just talking about the poverty and distress in Gaza, do something about it,' Sanders tells J Street
Over 150 students protest, led by campaign calling on young Jews to boycott Birthright Israel and support a right of return for Palestinians
From Tel Aviv to the Sea of Galilee - why can't we keep Israel clean?
The group Ultra-Orthodox Against the Deportation sees it as a religious duty to aid the Eritreans and Sudanese in Israel, and is working to improve conditions in a squalid area where migrants wait for the authorities to decide their fate
The contemporary tax system has roots in the biblical concept of tithing, something like the original flat tax, meant to redistribute wealth in a more equitable fashion
Speaking at a J Street conference, the former justice minister called proposed government legislation on the subject anti-democratic
The breakdown of democratic norms you fear in Trump's America is far more advanced in Israel. We Israelis need your vocal - and financial - support to confront a creeping autocracy
The movie was the brainchild of MLB.com reporter Jonathan Mayo, wanting to combine his love for baseball and his Jewish background into a movie about Jewish major leaguers traveling to discover their roots
Rappers Kollegah and Farid Bang won an Echo award after writing 'my body is more defined than an Auschwitz prisoner's'
Theaters in France and Belgium have refused to host Dieudonne, who has been repeatedly convicted of hate speech. His solution, evidently, is deception
Meretz leader Zandberg rips into Netanyahu and Trump's shared 'racism, chauvinism and politics of fear' ■ J Street leader: Israel heading towards one-state reality ■ 'We believe in America, and we believe in Israel. But democratic norms and institutions are under fierce attack in both'
Forman had abandoned his homeland after communist troops invaded in 1968 and crushed a brief period of political and artistic freedom known as the Prague Spring
In Framed Letter, Netanyahu Thanked Donor for Giving to New Israel Fund – Which He Now Calls the Enemy
U.S. rabbi tweets picture showing letter of thanks he received from Netanyahu after donating to NIF
Statement from 2017 failed to name Jews ■ Trump calls on the people of the United States to observe a week of the 'Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust' from April 12 through April 19
Movie showcases more than 1,000 German films made between 1933 and 1945, in pretty much every genre – including the notoriously anti-Semitic 'Jew Suss'
We were once the vulnerable, stigmatized, stateless people, shorn of legal protections, who are now fodder for populist attacks in Trump's America, Hungary – or in Israel and Gaza
Israeli President to Polish Counterpart: We Cannot Deny That Poland and Poles Participated in Holocaust
This year's march at Auschwitz comes weeks after Poland passed controversial legislation criminalizing allegations of Polish complicity in the Holocaust
Foundation founded by Otto Frank says 'justice, respect, and accepting difference' are 'pillars of NIF's work'
Zikaron BaSalon events have spread worldwide since first being held in Israel in 2010. These intimate talks allow millennials to reflect on the Shoah while the world continues noisily outside their apartments
Distorted Memories of the Past: Only at 75, Israeli Man Discovers Who Really Saved Him From the Nazis
On the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day, Levie Kanes received an email: 'Are you the baby who was taken off a train in mid-journey that departed The Hague on April 23, 1943?'
The annual survey of Tel Aviv University’s Kantor Center notes that the number of violent anti-Semitic attacks had declined by 9% in 2017