Millions of Diaspora Jews lost connection with Judaism because they were forced to work on the Sabbath after emigrating to U.S., claims ultra-Orthodox MK Israel Eichler
Allison Kaplan Sommer
The U.S. evangelical community is in raptures over Trump's decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, believing it moves the world closer to Armageddon
The explicitly racist, anti-Semitic crowdfunding platform has come to light after fallout from a New York Times article normalizing a Nazi sympathizer
Protests, angry fall-outs and charges of online harassment at the American Academy of Religion’s annual meeting in Boston - a sign of just how contentious BDS has become in academia
Analysis Zionist Organization of America Embraces 'Alt-right' Stars – Even Those Too Fringe for Trump
From ex-Trump aides to conspiracy theorists, figures like the man behind 'Pizzagate' and Jewish provocateur Laura Loomer have found a home at the Zionist Organization of America
Only one witness called on Trump to sign a waiver on December 1 to delay the embassy's relocation from Tel Aviv
Even before David’s monologue ended, Twitter and Facebook reaction came fast and furious, from Jews and non-Jews alike, commenting that it had made them 'cringe'
After another Internet-inspired lone wolf carries out a deadly attack in a crowded city center, the same questions Israel and Europe have been facing come to the fore: Can such an attack ever be fully prepared for?
George Papadopoulos met with an Israeli settler leader during Trump's inauguration week and has lobbied for Israeli energy cooperation
Proudly Resilient Defying neo-Nazi Threats, Jewish Students at University of Florida Refuse to Hide in Fear
'We should be countering darkness with light - and so while Spencer was in his evil darkness, we created goodness and light on the other side'