A quaint little 19th-century synagogue in France burned to the ground last week, but no one knows how or why.
Iranian crude oil production rose in July to its highest level in two years.
Fiamma Nirenstein made Aliyah to Israel in 2013.
Some of the sanctions against Iranian firms will be lifted immediately, some in eight years.
A Swedish national is indicted on charges of spying in Israel for the Hezbollah terrorist organization.
At least two people were flown to a hospital and three others were treated locally Wednesday after a foot bridge collapsed at a kosher...
Minister Yuval Steinitz says "if he were American he would oppose the deal with Iran" and explains why.
A German neo-Nazi politician is accepted to the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee.
The Maccabi Games made it to Berlin but anti-Semitism was hardly left behind.
The body of missing Israeli back packer Dor Cohen has been found in Georgia.
Jewish community leaders argued these “stolpersteine” — German for stumbling blocks — were an inappropriate form of remembrance because people would step on them.
Turkey paradoxically accuses the outlawed Kurdish PKK terror group of collaborating with ISIS.
The exhibition “A blessing to one another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People,” opened on Tuesday in the Vatican.
The solar energy field of at Kibbutz Ketura cost $79 million and consists of 140,743 solar panels.
French far-right politician Jean-Marie Le Pen has been indicted over his remarks about gas chambers.
European Union-American acceptance of the lie of "Arab Susiya" is a twisted anti-Semitic libel on which the entire Arab claim to all of Israel is based.
More than 200 immigrants from France ware scheduled to land in Israel aboard a special Aliyah flight next Monday evening. They will be greeted by...
The ECFR report allegedly dropped stock prices, but maybe someone should have first asked if the EU was actually considering the proposal.
“It’s powerful to see today’s Christians, especially from Germany, standing with Israel as well as taking an active role in supporting Holocaust survivors..."
As the EU considers a new boycott of Israel, Italy's leader calls the move "stupid and futile."