British Muslims launch social media campaign against ISIS, called #NotInMyName.
“How can you separate politics and health? The two go hand-in-hand.” – editor of Lancet medical journal.
Nearly 70 years after the Nazis fell, evidence is found in Theresienstadt that life flourished even among those marked for death.
President Reuven Rivlin is set to inaugurate the Jewish Museum of Warsaw when he travels to Poland in October.
A good Jewish boy has a Bar Mitzvah at 13. A good Muslim fanatic joins the ISIS.
French fighter planes hit ISIS targets in Iraq on Friday.
The people of Scotland have spoken: they will remain part of the United Kingdom.
UK Muslims are calling on ISIS to release British aid volunteer Alan Henning, whose life is now threatened by the group.
A memorial event with a special photo exhibition honoring the late Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon took place on Monday.
The location of the gas chambers at the notorious Sobibor death camp has been revealed, Yad Vashem announced Wednesday.
British sports store fired security guard who barred Jewish kids from entering the store.
Almost four months after a terror attack left four people dead, the Jewish Museum in Brussels has reopened.
A new study of European Jewry shows it is dying and afraid.
Hundred of Gazans drowned as they tried to escape to Europe by boat. Hamas profited from their attempted escape.
“Jewish teams’ are more proud to win than proud to be Jewish.
Oskar Groening’s defense is that he only was cog in the Nazi death machine.
This happened in Britain in 2014, not in Germany in 1939.
Anti-radical Islam begins to trump anti-Semitism.
PLO chairman Mahmoud Abbas reportedly plans to ask French Pres. Francois Hollande to recognize the Palestinian Authority as a sovereign nation.
“I will kill all of you,” said the drunken gunman, annoyed at the nerve of a truck blocking traffic.