The synagogue’s surveillance cameras filmed the arson attempts and Chicago police told local media that they have identified two suspects
Funding may be used for making synagogues, religious and cultural institution buildings more secure, training for personnel, and any other appropriate activity to increase security
Konrad Berkowicz placed the Jewish skullcap on the head of Anna Krupka during a show recording in Kielce, a city that was the site of an infamous 1946 pogrom
The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'
Law enforcement investigating possibility that fires were anti-Semitic hate crimes
The American Museum of Natural History also stopped taking their money following the Guggenheim and London's Tate. Sacker, which faces allegations it helped trigger America’s opioid crisis, also supports Tel Aviv University
The woman, a communal leader in her 60s, is now in stable condition ■ Unattributed reports say crime 'was an act of insanity' rather than anti-Semitism
Rabbi Yehuda Sarna's hope is to nurture a structured community in the Muslim country, so that paid staff, including a full-time rabbi, could one day take over
'The Siege of Tel Aviv' envisions five Muslim armies attacking Israel - and the Nazi-style genocide attempt that follows
'We cannot rely on fading memories of the Holocaust to keep today's Jewish communities safe,' Israeli president says
Reports on upcoming projects do not mention if the family involved is actually Jewish or if the title is a nod to the Rothschilds in name only
Although Beresheet 2 grant is unusual for the philanthropic organization, its chairman says the lunar project and Genesis prize share same goal of inspiring the Jewish people and instilling pride in Israel's achievements
His comics often employ Nazi imagery satirically and he’s explicit about the point: To him, Trump and his allies are modern-day Nazis, and their Jewish supporters are 'worse-than-kapos'
Labour head Jeremy Corbyn offered his support to the demonstrators in a statement: 'We cannot stand by or stay silent at the continuing denial of rights and justice to the Palestinian people'
Israeli plant scientist Nirit Bernstein is helping U.S. experts make progress in a field where American researchers who wish to conduct clinical trials face federal restrictions
In largest survey of the country's Jewish community in 15 years, vast majority of respondents say they feel solidarity with Israel
Omar Suleiman has wished for a third Palestinian Intifada, likened Israeli troops to Nazis, and wished for the end of Zionism
For many years Karlin was the only woman who drew cartoons for the New Yorker. After moving back to Israel, she became active with a nonprofit that monitors Palestinian human rights
Nation of Islam leader says people shouldn't be angry with him if 'I stand on God's word'
A nearby Reform synagogue especially notes a passage that states 'Intifada is Arabic for rising up for what is right, if you are a kid or a grownup!'
Lance Forman’s business, near the Olympic Park, is the United Kingdom’s oldest salmon curer and was set up by his great-grandfather in 1905
The show follows a recently widowed man and his son as they try to find love within the confines of their strict religious life
New York Board of Rabbis executive vice president says majority of the meeting was spent discussing The Times’ coverage of Israel
Palestinian American congresswoman proposed trip last year as a counterbalance to Israel trips organized by an affiliate of AIPAC
Local Muslim American Society chapter program featured children vowing to 'defend Palestine with their bodies' and 'liberate our lands'
'I felt connected to her, even though I never met her or heard of her before,' the father said
The first Beresheet effort was mostly funded by private donors, but now minister says there is 'need to increase mobilization for the success of the project'
Curator says the victim whose hair was used was killed at Auschwitz in 1941
Three, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael Bennet D-CO and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., favoring Israel’s version of events, and one, former Alaskan Sen. Mike Gravel, who was very much on the Palestinian side
'We were the most murdered victims here during the Second World War and we will never agree to any payments for anyone for this reason,' Morawiecki says