Marie van der Zyl, vice president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, condemned 'the uninformed and prejudiced comments' against the Golders Green project
Chabad encourages students to heed a call by the university's president to stay away from the event and is hosting a 'good deed marathon'
The actress initially defended her controversial New York Times op-ed in but has since apologized for suggesting modesty protects women from sexual assault and harassment
Ursula Haverbeck, 88, was sentenced to six months in prison for publicly saying in January 2016 that the Holocaust did not occur and there were no gas chambers in Auschwitz
Critics and fans accused TV star of victim-blaming after she describes herself as woman making 'self-protective and wise' decisions
Holloweencostumes.com removed the Anne Frank costume from its website after criticism for 'trivializing her memory'
Symon Petliura's regime killed between 35,000 and 50,000 Jews in pogroms during his reign that lasted from 1918 until 1921
Day had done the bulk of his training on computer-screen simulators because Israel did not have a motor sport race track until this year
Netanyahu's U.S. media tour comes as he is embroiled in multiple mounting scandals threatening his premiership
Woody Allen, who like Harvey Weinstein is Jewish, was accused of abusing his daughter Dylan Farrow in the early 1990s, shortly after his separation from wife Mia Farrow