Two Israeli scholars shed light on the Sephardi Jews whose perspectives were left out of the 1917 Balfour Declaration
The new Israeli curriculum on Jewish communities in the Muslim world is welcome, but it highlights only the persecution. And in the case of Egypt, it’s not even clear a full-fledged expulsion happened
A group of London rabbis said to British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis that if he does not remove Rabbi Joseph Dweck from his position, 'he will be responsible for the splitting of Anglo-Orthodoxy'
Before Israel’s establishment in 1948, some Jews and Arabs saw each other as ‘brothers’ and had a utopian vision of a shared future.
Ashkenazi Zionism has always known how to foment trouble, in order to continue holding the reins of power.
To allow hundreds of elderly Turkish Jews to apply as well, applicants for Spain's law of return will not have to take language and heritage test.
Heartbreaking tales of lost children, but no 'smoking gun' as Israel makes over 200,000 documents on mysterious disappearance of Yemenite children available for first time in Israel's history.
Project will interview Jews who immigrated to Israel from Arab lands or Iran, and descendants of Jews expelled from Spain.
Yitzhak Yosef's remarks come amid the military's plan to let women serve in tanks, which has raised an outcry in the Zionist-Religious camp. 'It is not the way of the Torah,' rabbi says.
The move is part of the education system’s efforts to celebrate Jews with roots in Muslim countries and Spain.