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
Five leaders of the radical ultra-Orthodox Lev Tahor group have been nabbed; sect has faced allegations of kidnapping, child abuse and sexual abuse
For those who don't identify as male or female, including some transgender people, speaking Hebrew can be fraught
New York Health Department says there are 11 new cases of measles in the borough's Orthodox enclave ■ Three infections, including the initial case of measles, were said to be acquired by children on a visit to Israel
'The timing for this exhibition couldn’t be more appropriate,' in light of the rise of the far right, says Mikael Jansson, who photographed 97 Holocaust survivors who live in Sweden
With right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro poised to be elected president on Sunday, Brazilians and Jews tell Haaretz what they think of the man whom the left fears will usher in fascism
At GA, Isaac Herzog promises help fund Hebrew language courses for Jews outside Israel in order to create a common language for dialogue
The Canadian rapper, who told Rolling Stone that he's 'proud to be Jewish' is a slippery enigma who changes roles and even accents from song to song, all the while keeping his place on top of the charts
We were all unprepared in Charlottesville. This time, we came prepared, armed with a shofar we outnumbered the cowards fled as soon as the rain began
Israelis regard him as a sort of alien – the left here has never been led by an Israeli Corbyn, nor by anyone who can hold a candle to him
The Immigrant Absorption Ministry wants to hear about outstanding immigrants and the Israel Association of Writers in English has a last call for submissions for its next collection
A new law, which has near-constitutional status, enshrines 'the realization of the right to national self-determination' as being 'unique to the Jewish people'
In the process of two ministers fleeing the panel overseeing plans to extend a mixed-gender prayer space, the secular right wing gives an additional stamp of approval to Orthodox hegemony
The Italian interior minister's suggestion to create a registry of Roma sends shock waves across Europe: 'When a Roma person is targeted I feel less safe, because I know they will come for me next'
Only conversions conducted by select, established Orthodox bodies will be recognized, according to regulations being drafted by the Chief Rabbinate
Israeli Jews back Netanyahu’s snubbing of Jewish-American views on conflict with Palestinians, religious pluralism. But support from U.S. Jews still seen as essential
How a press release from the pro-Israel Genesis Foundation gave the BDS movement its biggest "win" to date ■ U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv prepares a Monday move to Jerusalem
'If the bill passes, there will be two bodies in the world that claim to have international jurisdiction on religious matters – the chief rabbinate, and ISIS,' says lawmaker
Government pushing bill that would punish foreign Jewish men who refuse to grant a divorce and would also apply to some Israelis married outside of the rabbinate
Jewish billionaire philanthropist Charles Bronfman suggests establishing 'reverse AIPAC' in Jerusalem with Israeli and North American groups
At its peak during the 1920s, the Jewish community in this Suez Canal city numbered almost 1,000 people. Efforts are being made to preserve their legacy before it’s too late