The talks follow last month's protests accusing the Labour leader of failing to tackle anti-Semitism in his party
Silverman came to JFNA in 2009 after serving as CEO of the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Prior to that he was an executive for various consumer brands, including serving as president of the Keds Corp
Distorted Memories of the Past: Only at 75, Israeli Man Discovers Who Really Saved Him From the Nazis
On the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day, Levie Kanes received an email: 'Are you the baby who was taken off a train in mid-journey that departed The Hague on April 23, 1943?'
She was a devoted reader of Elie Wiesel's work, used her poetry to for Holocaust commemoration, and once told Oprah she was a 'Jewish woman.'
The head of Germany’s main Muslim association proposes sending the religious leaders into school to combat anti-Semitism after Jewish schoolgirl bullied in Berlin
More than half of the Senate's lawmakers express concern about bill under discussion that would require that claimants be Polish citizens and limit compensation to spouses, children or grandchildren
Frank Avruch, who died at 89 on Tuesday, was born to Russian-Jewish parents in Boston in 1928. He became the first syndicated Bozo on U.S. television in the 1960s
In March 1968, the mass exodus of Polish Jews began after a wave of state-backed anti-Semitism. Today’s situation reminds many of dark times they would rather forget
Eleven other former government officials also will be tried on charges involving the cover-up and abuse of power
English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn highlighted the Star of David, along with the swastika and the hammer and sickle, as symbols he feels breach soccer laws banning religious and political imagery