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.
An Israeli citizen is killed in Thailand while traveling from Pattaya to Bangkok.
Iran is already banking on the lifting of sanctions; vow to raise oil production to 1 million bpd.
Jewish community leaders argued these “stolpersteine” — German for stumbling blocks — were an inappropriate form of remembrance because people would step on them.
Canada is buying Israeli Iron Dome radar that is able to detect rockets, artillery and mortars at long ranges, and can simultaneously engage a...
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.
Rio De Janeiro’s Jewish community will open two synagogues to accommodate Jewish visitors at the 2016 Olympics.
The solar energy field of at Kibbutz Ketura cost $79 million and consists of 140,743 solar panels.
Nuttall told an undercover policeman that his wife believed she should send Jewish children to paradise, since “grown-up Jews” go to “eternal hell.”
The Russians and the Syrians also discussed cooperation with Chinese companies to increase oil and gas digging in Syrian fields which are safe from rebel attacks.
The purpose of the expedition is to bring Jewish traditions to Jews who are far from the culture.
French far-right politician Jean-Marie Le Pen has been indicted over his remarks about gas chambers.
US Pres. Obama exults, "I am the first Kenyan-American to become president of the US."
Apparently officials at the British Guinness World Record believe Beirut is safer than Israel.
The US is worried the hack of millions of federal employee records will help the Chinese identify American spies.
Chabad's "Roving Rabbis" are spending Tisha B'Av in far flung corners of the globe this weekend.