Speaking at a talk hosted by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Yair Netanyahu says 'radical fringes' took over Israeli media and hound his family
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
16-year-old was charged with stalking, harassing and threatening to kill a Jewish student who was forced to kneel to kiss the shoes of a Muslim classmate
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is accused of obstructing the probe into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center, but Jewish voters say they vote as Argentinians above all
Analysis Germany Synagogue Attack: Liberal Values Make Jews Everywhere Prime Target for White Supremacists
The synagogue shooting in eastern Germany wasn't just an anti-Semitic attack. It was also an attack against immigration and values that have been identified with Jews
Netanyahu calls attack, which claimed the lives of two people on Yom Kippur, an expression of 'rising anti-Semitism'; Merkel attends Berlin vigil in solidarity
The August 2018 attack in Chemnitz foreshadowed that the assaults could escalate from verbal abuse to killings
Shooter live streamed the attack in a video in which he can be heard saying: 'Jews are root of all problems' ■ Netanyahu: 'Terror attack expression of rising anti-Semitism in Europe'
Democratic Union's Shaffir is excellent on environmental affairs and corruption, but I’ve yet to hear from her any concrete plans to address Israel’s most existential issue
A tightly-knit Jewish community whose members escaped the Spanish Inquisition and survived Castro’s revolution is there to stay, despite the challenges and uncertain future on the island
The quest: Uncovering hundreds of Jewish cemeteries
Using gifts, bribes and his personal charm, Clement Behar put his life on the line to save the Jews of the Egyptian capital from persecution during the 1940s and 1950s
Jewish group condemns ruling of 2017 incident, saying it is 'astounded and indignant'
Security guards blocked the entrance to the Izaak Synagogue after Chabad rabbi and other members of the Orthodox community sparred over the building
Burials run up to $30,000 and often aren't user-friendly for the mourners, but more and more Disapora Jews are doing it
Rabbi Yehuda Sarna has his hands full helping students who feel they're being assailed by either the left or the right. Good thing he has his Muslim colleague to pitch in
Once a thriving community of 300,000, its numbers have dwindled to 2,500 but the king has taken measures to restore aspects of Jewish culture
According to German law, membership in the SS alone is not a reason for denying a pension or compensation claim for veterans
Many Diaspora Jews feel it would be easier to defend Israel without Netanyahu – but he has served as a distraction from real differences between them and Israeli Jews
'Our Muslim family must know that they are not alone,’ say the Jewish solidarity for New Zealand Mosques drive organizers
Several U.S.-based organizations react to deadly incident, with Agudath Israel of America, an Orthodox Jewish organization, calling it 'not a crime against Muslims alone, but against humanity'
Some 7,500 American Jews from 11 US organizations expressed support for Kahanist party ban, voicing dismay at Central Election Committee's ban of far-left candidate, Arab joint slate
'America’s Jewish Women: A History From Colonial Times to Today' shows us that today's American Jewish women and their foremothers aren't so different
Every day that Netanyahu chooses Trump and fundamentalism over the pro-democracy, pro-equality, pro-pluralism views of diaspora Jews, is a great day for the Palestinian cause
Former head of the Center for Jews from Arab and Islamic Countries Meir Kahlon, who survived the so-called Holocaust of Libyan Jews, never accepted how Israel shunted aside the history of Jews from Arab countries
During the Holocaust, Roxane van Iperen's dream home had been the center for one of the Netherlands' most daring rescue operations conducted by Jews for Jews
'On the ground, it makes little difference. We still have meat. The problem is the message it sends. It tells Jews: We don’t want you here'
The two children, age 12 and 14, were kidnapped from upstate New York by members of the Lev Tahor sect and taken to Guatemala