He’s black, Jewish, from Seattle, living in Jerusalem and 'Hitler’s worst nightmare.' A new single by the Jewish convert sets the record straight
Justice Ministry now allows the rabbinate to take criminal action against entities that break laws associated with it
Check presented to widow and five children of Det. Joseph Seals who was killed along with three other civilians in the rampage
Beatie Deutsch is working to qualify to represent Israel in the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics this summer
A tight-knit Orthodox community has been relocating to Canvey Island, about 40 miles east of London. But as its numbers on the islet have grown, so have concerns from existing residents
'Secular Jews Need to Stick Up for Us': Fighting anti-Semitism, Orthodox Search for Jewish Solidarity
The Orthodox community in the U.S. has been on the front line of recent anti-Semitic incidents. But they don’t always feel the support of secular Jews
High Court instructs ministry to explain why it should not change its methods of support for so-called 'centers for the deepening of Jewish education'
Less observant Jews were more likely to feel that their connection to Israel had weakened in recent years, poll commissioned by U.S.-based Ruderman Family Foundation says
'Some people told us: Don’t go there, they’re all racists there, they’re all for Brexit,' says one of Canvey Island's residents who left London with several friends in 2016
Orthodox Couple Asked to Leave Plane Due to Alleged Body Odor Sues American Airlines for Discrimination
Lawsuit against airline carrier says there were no complaints from passengers and that gate agent said he 'knew that Orthodox Jews take baths once a week'
Four types of physical and invisible partitions erase and humiliate ultra-Orthodox women, but it's all women who suffer
Galveston on the Gulf Coast was once a haven for Jewish immigrants. Though there are far fewer Jews there today, they still make their voice heard on immigration, interfaith solidarity and other key issues
Shraga Schlachter went from operating five brothels to giving lectures about sex addiction and training hundreds of therapists in the ultra-Orthodox community
Learning about anti-Semitism in the past also helps students feel closer to the Jewish community today, says the social studies teacher who started the Holocaust class five years ago
Jew in the City founder Allison Josephs pitched a tent in East Harlem on Monday, looking to foster unity with black community and dispel myths about Orthodox Jewish community
Recent tensions between blacks and Jews in Brooklyn bring up memories of the 1991 Crown Heights riots, but black leaders are working to unite the communities
New York Attorney General Letitia James tells Haaretz how she plans to enact a combination of tougher legal action, educational work and a crack down on online hate speech
For generations the Talmud was kept out of reach of women, but the seeds of a revolution in women’s Torah study that started in the 1970s continues
A similar incident occurred on the same bus line in north London last month
Young Israel rabbis and officials describe how pro-Trump politics created ‘a synagogue organization doing nothing for synagogues,’ with a ‘partisan,’ pro-settler, pro-Netanyahu agenda that pushed Orthodox U.S. Jews to ‘the edge of disaffiliation’
The alarming rise in anti-Semitism across the U.S. should not obscure the fact that the 2010s were full of innovation
Even if the ultra-Orthodox do army service and learn core curriculum subjects, non-religious Israelis will see them as a threat. The simple truth is that secular people don’t want Haredim to exist
Globalization has broadened human interaction, but also created feelings of disconnect and alienation. Who knows about all that better than the wandering, solitary Jew?
Studying one page of the Babylonian Talmud every day has become a popular custom among a range of different communities in Israel and the Diaspora. But is this really the correct way to approach such a sophisticated, multilayered work?
Six key questions answered about the suspected anti-Semitic attack that took place during a Hanukkah celebration in New York state on Saturday
Authorities and Jewish groups have been negligent in reacting to attacks on the Orthodox community in NYC because of a mistaken, reality-defying belief that anti-Semitism was a thing of the past
Between White Supremacists and Black Hebrew Israelite Shooter, New Jersey Jews Feel 'Like Sitting Ducks'
Tensions with non-Jewish residents have been on the rise and locals tell Haaretz they fear for their safety as anti-Semitic attacks continue and hate speech becomes a near-daily occurrence