Len McCluskey accuses Avi Gabbay of a 'cynical and outrageous smear' campaign against the head of the U.K. Labour Party
The famous director denies that his long-standing support for the Palestinian cause is anti-Semitic, though he's come under fire for his comments before, the Guardian reports
Although tensions sparked by the government’s controversial ‘Holocaust law’ appear to have subsided, at least for the time being, this is not a good time to bring up old wounds in Poland – or anti-Semitism for that matter. The first in a series of special reports
For the last 30 years, Bibi has been Israel's most constant, compelling and important story. But he wants to control how history will see him. As journalists, our job is to prevent him
The film, which hits American theaters on Friday, is a nuanced portrait of lesbian love, religious devotion and what happens when those worlds collide
'I get a lot of Jewish things,' he told NFL.com reporter Michael Silver. 'My nose, particularly. I get, like, ‘Stay the f*** down, you Jewish bastard I’m gonna break your f***in’ nose, you Jew''
It sounds implausible that people from two countries in a state of war with each other could find common ground. But on an island where Syrian refugees recover from their terrible ordeals, that's happening
Wagner argued that the Jews are incapable of engaging in music and warned against the 'Judaization' of art in general and of music in the letter
Alzado Harris claims that he had no anti-Semitic motive, but was under the influence of drugs and angry about personal matters
An Orthodox Jewish ex-attorney who gets her inspiration from her aunt in Pardes Hannah is the woman behind Batsheva, a much-lauded New York line of dresses
IfNotNow won't dictate to Israelis and Palestinians how they'll share their common home. Our task is to address our own Jewish community’s failure to challenge the moral disaster of the occupation
The lyrics said 'my body is more defined than an Auschwitz prisoner's'
Last week's assault on a kippa-wearing Israeli Arab is the latest of several anti-Semitic incidents that have many Jews wondering about their safety in Germany
The talks follow last month's protests accusing the Labour leader of failing to tackle anti-Semitism in his party
Opinion Hijab Ban: As the Far Right Targets Muslims, Austria's Response Is an Ugly, Complicit Silence
Few Muslim girls will be affected by the government's proposed hijab ban on under-10s. Its real message is that Muslim citizens' bodies, symbols and communities are now a threat, to be policed by the state
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Overshadows Celebrations as Jewish Community Pulls Out of Liberation Day March in Rome
Event has long been blighted by clashes between pro-Palestinian activists and Jewish groups, but authorities hoped for Jewish participation this year on the 80th anniversary of the country’s Racial Laws
Bill requiring reports to Congress on how European countries are working to restore assets and properties now headed to president's desk for final approval
Democratic congressmen and women write to PM, saying they were 'dismayed' that agreement to resettle 16,500 Africans in West was canceled within 24 hours of being announced due to right-wing pressure
Germany’s main Jewish leader says he would advise people visiting big cities against wearing a kippah in public
Evidence backing up claim that Trump’s favorite nickname for Jewish TV journalist Chuck Todd has Nazi origins is hard to find – but that hasn’t ended the controversy
The rally, organized by the white supremacist National Socialist Movement, was made up of roughly two-dozen people with at least 100 people standing in opposition
Silverman came to JFNA in 2009 after serving as CEO of the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Prior to that he was an executive for various consumer brands, including serving as president of the Keds Corp
In the letter, the composer asserts that ‘Jewish assimilation into French society prevents the French from distinguishing the corroding influence of the Jewish spirit on modern culture’
The speech will be his first public appearance at an event related to Israel since leaving the White House last January
Opinion IfNotNow Is So Noisy About the Occupation. Why Is It So Quiet About Israel's Right to Exist?
IfNotNow rightly calls for Jews to talk honestly about the occupation. So why won't they talk honestly about whether a Jewish state should even exist?
Jewish Leaders Reject New Bill That Would Grant Orthodox Movement Control Over Conversions in Israel
Jewish Federations of North America says new draft is ‘not a compromise’ and must be revisited, while Reform movement head says bill would give ‘monopoly’ to Orthodox movement
That men on the internet raced to tell a Harvard-educated woman she didn’t really comprehend her own expressly stated political position is striking, if not so surprising. Let's take the radical step of taking her seriously
In a defiant Facebook post, Trayon White said he already apologized from previous anti-Semitic statements and no longer intends to accept criticism on the matter
It's not just anti-Semitism in Britain. In his defense of Castro's Cuba, Maduro's Venezuela, his evasions on Russia's poisonings and Assad's gassings, the Labour leader, like much of the far Left, is ideologically incapable of prioritizing human rights or freedom of expression
College students and activists tell Haaretz the American-Israeli actor has emboldened them to speak out, after she opted not to attend an awards ceremony in her honor due to Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies
Analysis Bibi-DS Instead of BDS: Portman's Strategy of Boycotting Netanyahu Could Be Next Wave of Political Protest
Natalie Portman's motives in declining to appear at the Genesis Prize ceremony aren't important. The real question is whether the Netanyahu brand has grown toxic and if it can be disassociated from Israel
Former president Sarkozy, five imams and actor Gerard Depardieu among signatories of open letter drafted by former Charlie Hebdo editor
Drafted at Netanyahu's request, new 'compromise' legislation would end private Orthodox conversions and deny immigrant benefits to Conservative and Reform Jews who convert in Israel
Among widespread criticism from Israeli political sector includes Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan, who wrote Natalie Portman a letter with references to Star Wars imploring her 'not to let the dark side win'
Article in the journal Molecular Autism claims that Asperger referred severely disabled children to Vienna’s notorious Am Spiegelgrund clinic where almost 800 children died under the Nazi program
Campaign to oppose hatred comes after Israeli Arab wearing skullcap as 'experiment' was attacked in Berlin
Natalie Portman to Donate $2m Genesis Prize Despite Boycotting Israel Ceremony, Foundation Source Says; Portman Rep Denies
Source says Genesis Prize Foundation believes actor 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