South Florida retirees are mobilizing to fire their security firm G4S after it announced it would be terminating its contracts in Israel.
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Over coffee and bagels, older, wealthier Floridians debate whether the candidate's comments are truth or racist rhetoric.
Ahead of Tuesday’s primary, Jewish and pro-Israel Florida voters cited Trump's Jewish daughter and anti-Muslim comments to read between the lines and find a strong supporter of Israel, despite his stated neutrality.
The Inquisition extinguished much of the country’s Jewish population. But now some Catholics with Jewish origins are taking pride in their heritage, even though they have no intention of converting.
Jewish studies center founded by former MK becomes department of Jerusalem-based think tank, as non-Orthodox institutions face financial difficulties.
After having been found guilty of consumer fraud in June, directors of the JONAH organization are ordered to close its doors for good.
The sitcom legend will be in Israel next week, and back in America, Generation J is playing to a new audience.
The Torah Declaration, which denies the existence of homosexual identity, goes offline in a possible victory for LGBT activists who have fought it for years.