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
Ross Farca, 23, who used the screen name 'Adolf Hitler (((6 million))),' returned to court this week to contest a restraining order that would extend a prohibition on his possession of firearms
Poll finds that 24 percent of Republicans, 17 percent of Democrats think small business owners should be allowed to refuse service to Jews based on religious grounds
As Cuba approaches the 500th anniversary of its capital's founding, officials are refurbishing the cemetery as part of an initiative to restore historic sites
Court Halts Sale of Rare Letter by Early Zionist Joseph Trumpeldor Over Allegations That It Was Stolen
The item is thought to be Trumpeldor's only known letter in Hebrew, and includes comments somewhat similar to his dying words: 'It is good to die for our country'
'I don’t feel like I need to do that, but I’m not one of these people that says I wouldn’t sit down with anybody to hear what they have to say,' presidential candidate says
Krantz's novels provided entertainment and escape, while intertwining serious topics such as anti-Semitism and women empowerment
After over 30 years under the mental sway of his psychiatrist, Marty Markowitz shares how one man took over his family life and business in No. 1 rated podcast
Anne knew what she wanted and had no shame in writing it. That strength and certainty would have meant the world to me when I was just discovering my sexuality
Anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina rose by 14 percent in 2017 over the previous year, according to a DAIA report, the most recent national statistics
In a leaked audio, the U.S. secretary of state is heard saying about allegations of anti-Semitism aimed at the Labour party leader: 'We won't wait for him to do things'
This year's display promises to be particularly spectacular thanks to the recent installment of lighting on the building’s exterior
Opinion Smotrich's 'Laws of the Torah' Are as Delusional as the Christian Right's 'Judeo-Christian Values'
Far-right politician Bezalel Smotrich is fluent in Judaism's canonical texts. He's also a minority-bashing ignoramus married to a mythological theocratic past constructing a 'Torah' in his own brutish image
‘The dairy holiday’ is deeply rooted in agricultural practices in the Land of Israel, making it the perfect time for specialty baking
French Culture Ministry says project will look into cultural artifacts kept in French museums, which hold some 2,000 items brought from Germany
Mayor Moses Elisaf is the head of a small local Jewish community and he previously served as the head of the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece
Anti-Semitic note is stuck to outdoor sign designed for people to write positive messages about how they would 'transform the world’
Felix Klein's statements come after he made headlines last week, warning Jews not to wear kippas in public spaces amid recent rise in anti-Semitic crimes in Germany
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