120 Jewish studies professors urge incoming Senate Minority leader to vote against Trump's appointment for U.S. envoy to Israel, citing his incendiary remarks on organizations such as J Street and the ADL.
'Yeah. I am with him,' Reform Jewish Movement's Rabbi Pesner tweets after Trump lashes out at civil rights icon at start of MLK weekend.
Haaretz spoke with a range of Jewish leaders about what legacy, in their view, Obama is leaving behind.
Trump's election and appointments have galvanized young progressive Jews to join together in opposition, calling out president-elect and Jewish establishment. 'Respectfully, it’s nonsense,' Abe Foxman says.
Right-wing American Jews have become a bit deranged, expecting messianic outcomes for Israel from an entirely unpredictable Trump administration. And they want AIPAC to play along.
Movement's Religious Action Center regularly examines cabinet nominations, but this is the first time it publicly opposed one since 2004. Sessions' testimony 'failed to show clear departure' from his civil rights record, statement says.
The National Council of Jewish Women is organizing Jewish involvement in the historic march – taking place in DC and around the world – the day after Trump is inaugurated.
Security representatives to hold conference with U.S. Jewish leaders after 16 Jewish community centers across East Coast received bomb threats. 'That is our new reality,' Jewish official says.
Interior Ministry says nine Venezuelan converts haven't been active in Jewish community long enough to be allowed in Israel, but documents obtained by Haaretz show this is not the case.
D.C. Area Jewish Family Targeted With anti-Semitic Threats After Voicing Support for Black Lives Matter
'Enjoy the mayhem,' letter bearing yellow star, word 'Jude' and crosshairs sign told the Franklins. Police at first said no signs point to anti-Semitism, but later announce incident a hate-crime.