Polly Bronstein’s appointment in one of the main fundraising organizations for the Jewish state was met with great surprise in the Jewish organizational world and with concerns in right-wing circles
Children who grew up as Israeli but were sent back to South Sudan now need to adjust to a life without running water or electricity. A new documentary tells their stories, and that of the Israeli who wishes to change their lives through art
Singapore and Israel share 'a certain kindred spirit,' says former foreign minister George Yeo in an interview to Haaretz – both small nations having to survive under difficult odds and surrounded by Muslim-majority countries
Three Jewish day schools were temporarily closed following the diagnosis of an Orthodox Jewish attorney from suburban Westchester County with the novel coronavirus
Due to the rapid spread of coronavirus in northern Italy, regional officials prohibited large gatherings
The Holocaust was an impulsive rebellion by 'polytheistic instincts,' claimed Jewish American essayist and literary critic George Steiner, who passed away this month, aged 90. He also speculated about what might have happened if Hitler was captured by Israel
Lisa Nandy has won over hearts and minds by noting that she’s also a long-time member of Labour Friends of Palestine and the Middle East
'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone,' as it is known in the United States, was released on Friday by the Swedish publisher Olniansky Tekst Farlag
The Vermont senator says that seeing Holocaust survivors with numbers tattooed on their arms as a child shaped his views particularly in opposing Trump and the 'divisiveness' he promotes
The Rise up Ocean County page claimed it aimed to 'preserve the quality of life', but a scroll through the posts quickly revealed content that included anti-Semitic caricatures of Jews, accusations of laziness and freeloading
Some 20 percent of respondents agreed that Mussolini, Hitler’s ally and the father of 20th-century fascism, 'was a great leader who only made a few mistakes'
Foundation that awards Genesis Prize says association ended by mutual agreement
Drew Goldberg is months away from completing his goal of visiting the 193 countries recognized by the UN, which he has pursued for eight years
Lithuanian lawmaker for the ruling party of Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis announced last month that a committee he heads is drafting legislation declaring that neither Lithuania nor its leaders participated in the Holocaust
Monument commemorates Dutch victims of the Holocaust ahead of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp
Grafton Thomas stabbed five people inside the home of a rabbi in Monsey, N.Y. in December
Two women waved a poster featuring a man dressed as an Orthodox Jew titled 'the makers of terrorism' at a demonstration staged near the Hague
The advent of the so-called Jewish Olympics was a continuation of the Zionist vision of a physically and spiritually strong nation. Sadly, the Tel Aviv team embodies the negative aspects of that concept
Incident comes just several hours after five people were stabbed in an attack on a rabbi's house in New York while they celebrated Hanukkah
The Bundist movement is making a comeback among radical Jewish millennials, including those in favor of BDS. But are the Neo-Bundists upholding its true tradition?
Incident is the fourth reported targeting Jews in New York over the past week
The lawsuit against Scripps Media Inc. alleges that a Christian cross and a yarmulke were left on two separate occasions on Scott Steele's desk
The ancient Israelites, led by Judas Maccabeus, did vanquish the oppressor Antiochus - but Greek rule would only be shaken off 20 years later under Judas' younger brother. A must-read before the holiday begins
Heavy rain and strong winds topple old wall and several graves in cemetery which dates back to the early 1820s and has been closed to the public for many years
Sanders embodies the double consciousness that’s begun to plague progressive Jews and reflects the community’s greatest anxiety
It's not just Americans who have trouble pronouncing the name of this winter holiday. Israelis get it wrong too.
One of the highlights of the Yiddish New York Festival will be the remarkable photography display called 'Hanukkah in Mea Shearim'
Hateful messages of 'time to pay' come days after synagogue in Beverly Hills was vandalized
Israel has expressed its consternation over the ruling, but added it was 'encouraged' by Ukrainian Foreign Ministry appeal the ruling
Sidney Gottlieb conducted tests on refugees and prisoners that were as brutal as those carried out by the Nazi doctor. 'He is undoubtedly the closest thing to Mengele in the history of the U.S.,' says author of his biography