Writing to the Guardian, the group, decried the “insulting and arrogant way” the Labour Party was looking to amend the code of conduct, which had previously used an internationally accepted definition of anti-Semitism
Cohen's Israeli 'terrorist terminator' Col. Erran Morad is a stroke of genius and proves that politicians will say anything – even voicing support for arming toddlers
As the third Indian state to grant minority status to its Jews, Gujarat says Jews there 'shall get benefits of welfare schemes formulated for religious minority communities'
Conversion is a controversial issue within the deeply Catholic Filipino community. But the Lopez family hope that by converting they will safeguard the future of their children in Israel
While a growing percentage of the religious Zionist community is finding numerous permits for doing so, some are opposed
The demand should be simple and clear: full equality. Either everyone enlists in the IDF and has the same rights and obligations or we create a new model
Netanyahu’s serious mistake stemmed from the idea that history could also be bent for transient political or diplomatic needs, whatever they might be
In a Knesset debate on the egalitarian prayer space in the Western Wall, Lawmaker Yinon Azoulay suggests Reform Jews take the money they invest in Israel and 'build a Kotel in the U.S.'
Likud minister agrees to replace Justice Minister Shaked, who quit ■ Israel's culture minister: 'I've met Reform Jews in Argentina. They were very nice, but here in Israel they should behave'
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, one of the founders of the Jewish Renewal movement, was among demonstrators arrested after blocking entry to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office for two hours