34-year-old says that while he was violently beaten in the face and heard shouts of 'f***ing Jews,' others laughed or continued to walk by
The religious Jewish community cannot justify staying on the sidelines of the abortion debate, writes an ultra-Orthodox health care researcher
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
Eric Fingerhut, a former Ohio congressman, will replace Jerry Silverman, who headed the organization for 10 years
His comics often employ Nazi imagery satirically and he’s explicit about the point: To him, Trump and his allies are modern-day Nazis, and their Jewish supporters are 'worse-than-kapos'
In honor of Mother’s Day, a brief history of the universally recognized metaphor for nagging, whining – and unstinting devotion.
We sat down with five very different figures, all Jewish, all American, to discuss the tectonic shifts taking place within U.S. Jewry
The show follows a recently widowed man and his son as they try to find love within the confines of their strict religious life
Andrzej Je, the top Catholic spiritual leader in the city of Tarnow near Krakow, said 'a certain nation' sought to 'sow hatred' against the church in 1937
Chabad of Poway synagogue was awarded a federal grant of $150,000 in late March after religious leaders determined it needed to upgrade its security infrastructure last year
'Anyone who wants to find an enemy finds an enemy in the Jew,' says Beate Klarsfeld, who along with his wife Serge have worked to protect institutions from rising nationalism
Rabbi Uriel Vigler says assailant followed him to his synagogue and shouted anti-Semitic insults, only backing away after he noticed the congregation’s security guard
In France, Belgium, the Netherlands and elsewhere, rappers have dabbled in Holocaust denial, anti-Jewish conspiracy theories and threats against 'Zionists'
Internal communal elections were last held in 1969 amid an increase in hostility toward Jews in Morocco following Israel’s 1967 victory in the Six-Day War
What’s it like being Jewish in the world’s biggest Muslim country? For starters, the shul is concealed and members are not allowed to call Judaism their official religion
‘Weaponizing the Mizrahim’ Why Reparation Claims by Jews Who Fled Arab Countries Could Derail U.S. Peace Plan
Jews who were forced to leave countries such as Iraq, Morocco and Egypt in 1948 have waged a long battle to receive compensation for their lost homes and possessions — but how did that become a stumbling block in any final status accord with the Palestinians?
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher wished Poles a happy Passover and Easter, but was accused of offending the mostly Roman Catholic country
Foundation awarding the so-called 'Jewish Nobel' releases humorous video with no mention of allegations against the Jewish philanthropist
One of the biggest synagogues in the U.S. has been sued by eight families alleging that a preschool teacher sexually abused their children
'It’s clear the Trump White House invited a subset of the Jewish community and intentionally excluded others,' says director of an excluded group
The Pharisees were one of several Jewish sects during the first century, but in Christian discourse they have taken on the role of hypocrites, fools and a brood of vipers
Members of the House and Senate establish April 10 as Stronger Than Hate Day in Pennsylvania
Jewish Federations of North America, the umbrella group for local Jewish fundraising bodies in the United States, has moved away from Jewish continuity for its own sake
Woman caught on surveillance video painting white supremacist and racist graffiti on the Democratic Party headquarters in Oklahoma City
Police are investigating the graffiti found in Greenpoint, where a poster depicting the justice was targeted by vandals who wrote 'Die, Jew bitch!' last month
Jeremy Slevin has plumbed his Jewish past in helping Omar understand how the phrases she used in criticizing Israel are hurtful
How often should a camel-driver have sex? What about a sailor? The bible is rife with confusing references and the rabbis set out to regulate intercourse, not that they agreed on the details
A Jewish American man sued a state-funded center for erecting a plaque honoring Jonas Noreika, a local anti-Communist hero who died while in Soviet custody
While Republicans are quick to point fingers at Ilhan Omar, Democratic speakers remind them of bigotry in their own camp
Rabbi Gabriel Davidovich meets with Jewish Agency head Isaac Herzog, tells him supporters' prayers helped recover from the attack