While the turnout in the Israeli city of Kafr Qasem is set to be about 20 percent down from the March 2020 election, two locals are on track to be lawmakers in the next Knesset
Reconciliation, reparation and justice in racism-ridden America can be achieved by the joint efforts of Blacks and Jews driven by the visions of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel, their daughters say
The recent conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh has left many Armenians in Israel angered by their adopted homeland’s reported role in helping arm Baku and its ongoing refusal to recognize the 1915 Armenian genocide as a holocaust
As American Israelis gather to see whether Trump or Biden will be their next president, both sides feel like they’re living in completely different realities to their political rivals
The High Holy Days are a particularly tough time for former members of the ultra-Orthodox community, most abandoned by their families and peers. Haaretz meets two young women who have successfully rebuilt their lives
Identifying with George Floyd is easy, says Shula Mola, a founder of the Association of Ethiopian Jews. White Israelis should confront the institutionalized racism at home, even at the anti-Netanyahu protests
Although women are the ones bearing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic economically speaking, they have largely been excluded from planning Israel's return to normality
It was Nancy Levitt’s rabbi who suggested the shiva by Zoom: At the end of each day’s virtual visit, as she said the Kaddish, the mourners in the cloud answered, Amen
Scholars say no, despite testimonies from Holocaust survivors
‘Weaponizing the Mizrahim’ Why Reparation Claims by Jews Who Fled Arab Countries Could Derail U.S. Peace Plan
Jews who were forced to leave countries such as Iraq, Morocco and Egypt in 1948 have waged a long battle to receive compensation for their lost homes and possessions — but how did that become a stumbling block in any final status accord with the Palestinians?
‘People have to walk 6 miles across fields to vote — so they don’t vote’ ■ Bedouin living in unrecognized villages have neither polls to vote in nor public transportation, so an Israeli NGO raised 75,000 shekels to help
The gruesome murder of two young girls has galvanized a protest movement demanding urgent action to stem the sharp increase in women being murdered by family members or men they knew
Naharayim is in the news after King Abdullah said Jordan would no longer lease this fertile stretch of land to the Jewish state. Israel has only itself to blame, says Orna Shimoni, a peace activist who has dedicated her life to the region
Seven decades after the mass Jewish exodus from Iraq, a group of intrepid Iraqis and Israelis are holding clandestine meetings and talks in a bid to rekindle ties between the two countries and their peoples
Madame Le Rabbin France’s Star Female Rabbi Fights a Lonely Two-front Battle Against anti-Semitism and Islamophobia
Disgusted by increasing anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, distraught over Israel’s policies and shunned by mainstream Jews, Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur tries to remain a voice of reason in a rising tide of hate
Christians from as far away as the Philippines and Cameroon waited outside the church on Monday, hoping for a miraculous resolution to the dispute between three denominations and Israel
Republican Leader in Israel Hails Robert E. Lee as 'Great Man,' Blames 'Leftist Thugs' for Charlottesville Violence
Head of Republicans Abroad in Israel Marc Zell says counterprotesters at white supremacist rally represent the 'ugly face of progressivism' in the U.S.
Orthodox Jewish leaders in Israel call for a Jewish response to climate change, but others in America say it's 'delusional' to think rabbis can influence the government on such a hot-button issue
'In the midst of all this blood, I am here with my Jewish sisters to put an end to this killing,' says one Muslim attendee at Women Make Peace event
'Modi knows that there are millions of Indian-born people who live outside of India, some for good, some for a few years. He knows that the Indian Diaspora is important, both diplomatically and economically'
Sephardi Voices, an audiovisual documentary project, aims to retell the story of Jewish civilization to include 'the richness of Sephardi Jews'
In Israel, the author of the new book 'Butterfly Politics' talks to Haaretz about her 40 years intervening for social equality through law
'We are here to show Trump and the world that not everyone in Israel loves the president' says one of Tel Aviv rally organizers
Republicans in United States and Israel prefer to blame liberal media for recent scandals and expect Trump to express strong support for Jewish state during May 22 visit
Visiting in Israel, renowned U.S. journalist talks about ethical blindness and says that if reporters want to understand the modern world, they need to know what’s happening in Israel
Abdallah Abushaban came to Jerusalem to learn the business from an expert. Was there bickering? Of course but now the two dream of taking their act across the region.
'This is unprecedented, we don't know how to explain it, and, frankly, I'm worried,' says Paul Goldenberg, head of Secure Community Network.
JCCs, schools and an ADL office in 16 states receive bomb threats. 'I am angry that Trump, and especially Bannon, have let these feelings loose in American society,' D.C. mother says.
New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Texas, New Mexico and Alabama centers affected, according to local news reports. Trump's racist remarks empowered anti-Semites to act, Alabama rabbi says.
'David Friedman will rejuvenate the relationship between Israel and the United States,' says the head of Republicans Overseas Israel.