The vote by many of the Jews in favor of Obama was a protest on their part against the ascendancy of the right in Israel and an expression of anxiety about the future of Israel under a right-wing government led by Likud-Beiteinu.
It seems the disappearance from the agenda of returning to Zion is not seen in the United States as a crisis or even a problem, just as a natural phenomenon one must get used to.
Overall level of anti-Semitism in France increases to 24 percent of the population, up from to 20 percent in 2009.
Ismail Al-Ashqar was scheduled to appear before the UN's Human Rights Council in Geneva; Israeli ambassador says Al-Ashqar advocated violence against Israel.
While the former U.S. president’s daughter advocates interfaith cooperation inside the JCC, protesters gather outside demanding an apology for the creation of programs that bring together members of mosques and synagogues.
In missive to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Ron Prosor says UNSC has 'uttered zero words' on mortar, rocket attacks; Netanyahu: Israel will respond fiercely to any attempt to undo the calm.
Israel's envoy to UN Prosor bemoans Commission on the Status of Women 'obsessive' preoccupation with Palestinian issue, while ignoring women being 'butchered, tortured, raped' in Syria.
Baby boy reportedly dies of herpes that may have been contracted during oral suction at circumcision.
Condemnation of attacks against Israeli representatives in India, Georgia is the first of its kind in seven years; Ambassador Ron Prosor calls move 'a significant step for the fight against terror.'
Resolution receives 137 votes in favor, 12 against and 17 abstentions, though three countries said their votes failed to register on the electronic board.
Despite recent comments by Palestinian Mufti, Imam Muhammad Shamsi and Rabbi Marc Schneier are encouraging their congregation to see the man behind the faith.
Syria resolution, which had the backing of most Arab and European countries, was voted on as Assad forces killed at least 200, in what activists called one of the bloodiest episodes of the uprising.
Move signals Israel's increased involvement in global issues beyond the Israeli-Arab conflict, said Israel's deputy ambassador to the UN.
Qatar tells UN Security Council that Syrian government failed to accept league's plan of action to end the bloodshed, which resulted in the calls for imposing sanctions against Damascus.
‘World Forum of Russian Jewry’ will act as an intermediary between the United States, Russia and other countries, and will primarily work to influence their governments to join the world's fight against Iran.
Israel's envoy to the UN Ron Prosor levies harsh criticism at the Security Council, saying it is obsessed with Israel and ignores crimes of other countries.
Municipal amendment put forward by New York's city council education committee bans churches from renting space in school buildings for religious events.
Nobel laureate severely criticizes ultra-Orthodox protesters wearing concentration camp uniforms, yellow badges, says Haredi participants are 'spiritually poisoning their children.'
The clergy, who together lead congregations of tens of thousands of New Yorkers, prepare to tour areas in Israel and the Palestinian territories.
As news of clashes between police and ultra-Orthodox activists reaches Brooklyn's Hasidic neighborhoods, the response is clear: A denouncement of violence.
Rabbis and businessmen in N.Y.’s ultra-Orthodox community say ads to return expatriate Israelis didn’t reinvent the wheel: Assimilation has been a well-known problem for many years.
Ehud Barak denies Israel is waging 'shadow war' against Islamic Republic.
U.S. Defense Secretary says Obama has not ruled out using military force on Iran, but warns of unintended consequences of a U.S. or Israeli strike.
Movement to join Jewish ambulance service being led by attorney Rachel Freier, who claims female medics are better able to provide urgent medical assistance to religious women.
Report presented to UN Human Rights Council catalogues executions, torture, rapes, arbitrary detentions and abductions carried out since March by Syrian forces.
Union for Reform Judaism President Rabbi Eric Yoffie questions the validity of bills being discussed in the Knesset regarding NGOs and Israel’s Supreme Court.
Leader of the U.S. Reform movement questions the validity of bills being discussed in the Knesset regarding NGOs and Israel’s Supreme Court.
122 states, including several Arab, Muslim nations, call on President Bashar Assad to halt bloodshed which has claimed more than 3,000 lives.
U.S. officials say Jose Pimentel, originally from Dominican Republic, planned to build, detonate bomb aimed at soldiers, police, post offices, using instructions from an al Qaida magazine.
U.S. national security adviser Tom Donilon tells reporters while accompanying President Barack Obama to Indonesia, that U.S., China and Russia wanted to ensure Islamic Republic does not develop nuclear weapons.