When more than 100 car tires belonging to Jews were slashed in Lakewood, New Jersey, last week, no one in the community was particularly surprised
Danielle Ziri is Haaretz's New York correspondent
As one longtime Israel supporter says on barring of Tlaib and Omar: ‘I didn’t think I would see in my lifetime American Jews walk back from Israel this much’
Local police tell Haaretz they are ‘actively investigating’ what they termed a ‘bias incident’ in Lakewood, home to a large Jewish community
Jewish groups in 50 locations throughout U.S. take to the streets during the holiday of mourning to demonstrate against Trump's immigration policies: 'This is a deeply Jewish thing to do'
The man behind Michaeli Bakery already started a craze by putting a new twist on a classic European cake. But can the veteran baker behind the new venture make it last?
Jewish faith leaders march in support of immigration rights activist threatened with deportation. 'What would it have been like if in Berlin in 1933 non-Jews poured into the streets' to stand with Jewish community, asks Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
Dozens of shuls like Congregation Beit Simchat Torah are assisting undocumented immigrants at risk of being rounded up for deportation by the Trump administration
'International refugee law was formulated in response to what happened to the Jewish community during the Holocaust, when no country would let us in,' one representative tells Haaretz
ADL condemns Trump’s claim that the four congresswomen hate Israel, warns that his accusations of anti-Semitism are damaging to the security of the Jewish state
Dozens of synagogues across the country have joined a network of houses to offer undocumented immigrants protection during expected U.S.-wide raids
American Jewish organization blast remarks by Rafi Peretz as 'inconceivable,' 'irresponsible and disrespectful'
Never Again Action, led by U.S. Jewish activists, is taking up the battle against detention centers on behalf of undocumented immigrants — and is not afraid to invoke the Holocaust for its cause
Jewish Activists Who Slammed ICE Detention Facilities as 'Concentration Camps' Arrested for Protesting
More than 100 Jews gather outside facility under slogan 'Never Again,' calling to abolish ICE and for the closure of migrant detention facilities
Sharon Greenberger is the first Jewish woman to serve as president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater New York. ‘I realized it was this perfect marriage of community, education, health and service,' she says
Andrew Cuomo's trip aimed at 'strengthening economic ties' and reinforcing solidarity
Haaretz interviews five Jews — including the rabbi of a ‘gay synagogue,’ a transgender activist and the head of the Russian-speaking community — to find out what has improved or worsened since June 1969, including their standing in the Jewish community
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez drew criticism from some Jewish groups and Holocaust researchers for using term to refer to detention camps in U.S.
'I'm not aware of anything in the Torah, the Bible, the Koran or anything else that suggests you should not get vaccinated,' bill's sponsor says in rebuke of criticism by religious groups
Dyke March organizers say rainbow flag featuring Star of David is too similar to Israeli flag, but symbols that don't 'directly replicate nationalist images and symbols' are permitted
Highland Park library promises to schedule events for both 'P is for Palestine' and 'I Is for Israel' in effort to defuse situation, but Jewish groups vow to carry on protest
NYPD figures show that incidents of hate crimes increased by 64 percent last year, including a 23 percent increase in anti-Semitic incidents
Critics of the book take particular issue with a page that reads: 'I is for Intifada, Intifada is Arabic for rising up for what is right, if you are a kid or a grown-up!'
Israel Parade: With Counterprotests and Estranged Jewish Organizations, Tens of Thousands 'Celebrate Israel' in New York
Despite apolitical pretenses, marchers and protesters exchange remarks including 'Self-Hating Jews!' and 'Free Palestine!' while some left-leaning Jewish organizations opt not to participate in the march
Anti-Semitic note is stuck to outdoor sign designed for people to write positive messages about how they would 'transform the world’
While 78 percent of measles cases remain confined to the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Williamsburg, there have now been 12 new confirmed cases outside the community
NYU alumnus commends classmates for supporting BDS movement, as 'this is what we are called to do'
In a video Jonathan Xie posted to Instagram, he railed against Zionism, displayed a handgun and said he would 'shoot everybody' at a pro-Israel march
In new Jewish Electorate Institute poll, Israel ranks at the bottom of a list of 16 policy subjects that Jewish voters view as a priority ahead of presidential election
De Blasio, 58, has drawn small audiences so far in visits to early primary states including Iowa, South Carolina, Nevada and New Hampshire
According to testimony, Jeremy Reichberg lavished New York police officers with gifts in exchange for favors, directed an associate to hire a prostitute for police officers on flight to Las Vegas