Netanyahu appointee Moshe Nissim, tasked in mid-August with heading off crisis with Diaspora Jews, admits he hasn’t even begun
Highlighting Rift Between Israel and U.S. Jews, Netanyahu Won't Address Annual Jewish Federation Confab
Senior Federation sources believe the prime minister is unwilling to share limelight with President Reuven Rivlin, who is scheduled to speak at the conference
Dozens of Israeli Army Veterans of Six-Day War Roughed Up Trying to Bring Torah Scrolls to Western Wall
After the Torah scrolls were confiscated, the former paratroopers – all in their seventies – joined Women of the Wall for a mixed-gender prayer service outside the women’s section of the wall
Interior Ministry dragging its feet, citing an unforeseen bureaucratic technicality to in effect reject their conversions to Judaism
'Next Time, We Won't Spare Lebanon': Christian Media Hears Doomsday Warning From Senior Israeli Minister
'Its infrastructure, international airport and government facilities – it’s all game,' Naftali Bennett tells first-of-its-kind Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem
Exclusive Hillel International Threatened to Cut Ties With Israeli Government Over Database of U.S. Jewish Students
Ultimatum forced Israel's Diaspora Affairs Ministry to suspend its project, just hours after the project was first revealed by Haaretz
After Haaretz Report, Israeli Government Suspends Controversial Plan to Set Up Database of Jewish Students in U.S.
After Haaretz revealed the plan, Jewish student organization says it didn't believe the project was 'in the best interest of engaging American Jewish college students'
The company that was to run the project tells Haaretz that the tender is now on hold
'Back to the Fatherland,’ a documentary to be showcased next week at the Haifa International Film Festival, probes this very question
An Azerbaijani immigrant with a Jewish mother and Muslim father had to convince the rabbis that he was ‘Jewish enough’ to wed in Israel. It did not go well