‘It smells like a fart and it’s not tasty on its own,’ admits one restaurant owner, yet cauliflower dishes continue to enjoy success in the city and beyond
Danielle Ziri is Haaretz's New York correspondent
West Hempstead’s Jews pride themselves on their ‘live and let live’ attitude — but their rabbis’ hard-line response to the LGBTQ community has infuriated many. An unbelievable tale of love, hate and shuls in kosher Chinese restaurants
On Monday, the presidents of the university's student councils decided not to renew the YU College Democrats's club status after they held an unofficial LGBTQ rights protest
Demonstration by College Democrats group earlier this month had called on the university to allow LGBTQ events on campus, something organizers say is regularly denied
Anti-Semitic hate crimes have nearly doubled in 2019 and protesters point the finger at the city's mayor and other elected officials, calling the situation 'out of control'
You Think Two Israeli Elections in a Year Is Inconvenient? Try Flying 12,000 Miles Each Time to Vote
Whether they flew over from New York specifically to vote or followed events from afar, these expats all say they have higher hopes for the next Israeli government
Zahra Billoo, who has accused Israel of apartheid and terrorism, blames ouster on 'Islamophobic smear campaign led by the usual antagonists'
Deborah Lauter tells Haaretz about the challenges facing her as the city's Jewish community experiences a wave of hate crimes
'It Feels Like My Own School Hates Me': Yeshiva University Students Protest for LGBTQ Representation
Organizers are demanding the university condemn homophobic rhetoric on campus, allow LGBTQ events on campus and promote dialogue between students and faculty members
Israelis working for the country abroad line up at the Israeli Consulate in New York to cast their ballots
Democratic presidential candidate says a two-state solution should be a U.S. policy goal
Three Orthodox men were violently attacked in Brooklyn and a Queens beach club was vandalized amid a staggering spike in attacks against the Jewish community
As households nervously wait to see if the storm will make landfall late Tuesday, Jewish organizations are preparing to tackle the aftermath
Democratic congresswoman tells Haaretz she had wanted to see 'firsthand a lot of what is happening' in Israel and the West Bank, but reaffirmed she wouldn't visit until Netanyahu's decision to bar colleagues is reversed
Rockland County GOP slams 'greed of a handful of elected officials' following criticism of ad portraying ultra-Orthodox as threat to 'our families' and 'our way of life'
Attack on 64-year-old Rabbi Avraham Gopin took place in Crown Heights, an area that has seen uptick in anti-Semitism in recent years
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
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