The synagogue will be part of the 'Abrahamic Family House' in Abu Dhabi, which will also feature a mosque and a church
Freedom of worship is assured to Transnistrian Jews, locals say. But many still want to leave since salaries here are half of those offered in Moldova, Europe’s poorest nation
Marko Feingold, who served as the leader of Salzburg's local Jewish community, was detained in 1939 and endured a six-year odyssey through concentration camps
The neighbor managing the property, who saved her mother from the Nazis, ‘donated’ it to the Catholic Church. Now the Polish government has intervened – on behalf of the church
'That’s the crazy thing about the situation, there is a revolution taking place but actually our lives have continued as normal,' says Jewish expat living in Hong Kong
The shul, which is getting advertised as 'a specially-designed building for a warehouse, trading base, storage facility,' is the only one still intact in Belarus
Fearing the building might obstruct the view from the Victoria Tower Gardens, opponents call for monument to be located in a more 'appropriate' location, but Mayor Sadiq Khan says it would 'make a powerful national statement'
A new documentary, 'Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles,' digs into the show’s origin story and much more
Local police say rabbi was pushed to the ground by unidentified suspects. In separate incident, different rabbi was spat at and cursed on the street
Bruno Dey, 92, is charged with 5,230 counts of being an accessory to murder and helping the function of former Nazi Stutthof concentration camp, Hamburg court rules
Hateful writings discovered at the Lake Harriet Upper School in included a swastika and the words 'Kikes must die!'
It’s not just Jews with roots here who are drawn to newly restored Jewish heritage sites. A growing number of Morocco’s Muslims are also intrigued by and even proud of that history.
'The information Chaplain Harari provided appears to have been used by Rabbi Heber to harass and attempt to intimidate and ostracize the Morans,' the Army report says
Montpelier councilor Djamel Boumaaz posted on Twitter a picture of the cake with a black swastika on a white background surrounded by cherry filling for his 40th birthday
Canada's national elections coincide with the last days of Sukkot, causing backlash from observant Canadian Jews
Ben Raymond, a former hairdresser, credits 'positive outlook' and whisky for longevity
Rudoren, who served as Jerusalem bureau chief for the Times, covered two wars between Israel and Hamas, the Iranian nuclear deal and the 'stabbing intifada'
Jules Bergman was the first network correspondent assigned to cover space full time, making him 'almost as much of a celebrity as the astronauts he covered'
In first interview with Israeli press, HUC president Andrew Rehfeld slams comments of Israel's education minister
'International refugee law was formulated in response to what happened to the Jewish community during the Holocaust, when no country would let us in,' one representative tells Haaretz
Israel is one of the top 20 most religiously restrictive countries in the world, research center says
Department of Justice summit devoted sessions to 'anti-Semitism on campus' and 'combating anti-Semitism while respecting the first amendment'
Yellow Vest protesters yelled 'Dirty Jew, you’re a hater, you’re going to die, you’re going to hell' at Finkielkraut during a February demonstration
Supermodel Naomi Campbell wrote in tribute to the Lubavitcher Rebbe via social media that she would 'rededicate' herself to the rebbe’s mission of 'creating more light and goodness'
The French series follows a French Jewish family, the Hazans, that turn their failed kosher meat shop into a marijuana factory
Masked Polish guards had been hired by the local Jewish community to prevent worshipers from entering the synagogue
Supermodel says she didn't only convert for husband Josh Kushner, but for their shared future
Berlin also increases social welfare service funding for survivors by 44 million euro
Group is now tax-exempt and permitted to engage in political activities, plans to 'prod the Democratic Party leftward on the issue of Israel,' report says
The vast trove of Sigmund Freud’s letters sheds light not only on the subjects that occupied the father of psychoanalysis, but also on the role the very act of writing them played in his life