Partly thanks to Zola’s protests, the 1894 treason conviction of Dreyfus was decried internationally as a miscarriage of justice rooted in anti-Semitism
Local residents have voiced concerns that an increase in ultra-Orthodox residents could mean a change in the character of their town or a defunding of local services that many Haredi families do not use
Bloomberg endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, calling Trump a 'risky, reckless and radical choice'
The British musician signed a letter urging a boycott of next year's Eurovision in Israel
The painting, worth at least $300,000, was stolen from a Paris bank vault in 1941
Court says that it could not protect the man's 'fundamental human rights if he is deported to Palestine' ■ Israel's Foreign Ministry calls decision 'shameful,' says it 'gives legitimacy to anti-Semitism' and 'defames' Israel
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo maintains he had no knowledge of the mailer, which was sent to 7,000 Jewish households
Department's Office for Civil Rights uses, for the first time, State Department's definition of anti-Semitism, which includes some types of anti-Israel activity
Governor Cuomo denies knowledge of mailer, which said Nixon supports BDS and 'won’t stand strong for our Jewish communities'
A recently discovered phone book that was prepared when the Nazis invaded Poland helps set up a modern tool: First-of-its-kind database helps users find lost family properties
Company's goal is to raise awareness of the negative consequences of single-use plastic (and drum up business for the company while they’re at it)
Miller, who was born to a Jewish mother in Pittsburgh, was found dead of an apparent overdose at his house in California
Samuel Woodward has pleaded not guilty to killing his former Jewish high school classmate in January. Last month, a hate crime charge was added alleging that Woodward targeted Bernstein because he was gay
In 2000, there were fewer than 200,000 settlers living in the West Bank, excluding East Jerusalem, according to B’Tselem. Now the number is closer to 400,000
Jaime Guttenberg was one of numerous Jewish students and school employees killed in the Parkland shooting
Comedian whose TV show was canceled over a tweet criticized as racist says she plans to study in Israel for a few months and will 'probably move somewhere there'
Without context the tweets suggested to some that Netanyahu was either mocking the Palestinians or insulting victims of the Holocaust
Twenty-five years later that plan appears more elusive than ever, with some politicians and pundits declaring the two-state solution dead or dying
WATCH Joe Lieberman Lauds John McCain's Accommodation of His Jewish Observance, Love of Jerusalem in Eulogy
Lieberman recalled McCain suffering through Shabbat elevators in Israel, walking long distances with him on Shabbat, and forgoing Friday night festivities overseas to share a quiet meal with Lieberman
'Colonizing Palestine' Course at Tufts University Draws Criticism for 'One-sided Narrative' on Israel
Tufts Friends of Israel, a student group, said the course violates the university's policies and demonizes Israel ■ University's Hillel chapter slams it as 'prejudicial and unnecessarily provocative'