Mehdi Nemmouche faces life in prison in what is the first trial over an attack staged by a Western European returned from fighting in Syria
Maya Casabianca, the global 'goddess of song,' passed away last week at age 78. Why didn’t Israelis feel a deep connection with the Levantine singer with the deep and powerful voice?
After a six month investigation, the Jewish student organization issued a confidential statement calling such allegations 'justified,' the New York Jewish Week reports
The victims whose bones will now be searched for were among the thousands of Jews who were shot by Hungarians and thrown into the Danube between 1944 and 1945
There’s no shortage of optimism, but the region seems to be sinking deeper into malaise
Abd a-Rauf Ismail Salehah, shot in the head by Israeli forces, is the third Gazan to be pronounced dead since Friday's protests
A recent Hillel fundraising email claimed Jewish students in Canada felt 'ashamed, angry and exposed' by academics filling their classrooms with radical leftist propaganda. That's a trope taken straight from the fear-mongering populist Right