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Pennsylvania Church Members Don Yarmulkes in Solidarity with Pittsburgh Victims

Rev. Zanicky hopes that if churches support each other and other faiths, maybe there won't be any more attacks like the one in Pittsburgh.

Moving Right, High Court Backs Rabbinic Ruling Cutting Unfaithful Wife from Community Property

Justice Stein expressed a conservative approach according to which the High Court must refrain from intervening as much as possible in the decisions of lower courts.

Rivlin Hosts Annual Bar-Bat Mitzvah for Families of Terror Victims

“You are young men and women who overcome obstacles. I would even say that each one of you is a hero!”

Nazi Swastika Painted on Duke University Mural Honoring Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre Victims

The campus rabbi noted that the image representing wholesale murder of six million Jews was painted over a memorial to Jews massacred in Pittsburgh.

Suspect Indicted in Connection with Anti-Semitic Beating in Borough Park, Brooklyn

The suspect was heard screaming words that sounded like "Allah" while beating the victim, according to the court papers.

Deputy Minister Michael Oren Calls for Boycott Against Airbnb

"Airbnb's policy is the very definition of anti-Semitism. No one should use its services."

Extreme Left Pushing Retake of Israel’s Government Using US Democrats’ Model

"Voters are receptive to progressive agendas, even if they don’t identify as such."

LY 002 Passengers Claim: Pilot and El Al Lied about Erev Shabbat Flight

"In order to get them to sit down, the pilot announced that we were returning to the gate and to please sit. He then drove and took off ... Lies."

Anti-Semitism Galloping Across America

Family members called police to express concerns over remarks that last month's Pittsburgh synagogue massacre was "a dry run."

Photo of Hitler Embracing Child of Jewish Descent Auctioned for $11,520

The Bundesarchive has 17 letters from Bernile to Uncle Hitler and his aide Wilhelm Bruckner between 1935 and 1938.

Babies, Mothers Exposed to Measles at Maayanei Yeshua Hospital

It is unclear how the child's father managed to bring his six-year-old into the department against hospital rules.

Israeli Soldiers Celebrate as New Synagogue Dedicated at IDF Telem Base

"There is no greater honor than dedicating a synagogue on a military base in Israel."

Merkel on Kristallnacht: ‘We Are Living Once Again in a Time of Far-Reaching Change’

“Jewish life is blossoming again in Germany — an unexpected gift to us after the Shoah. But we are also witnessing a worrying anti-Semitism that threatens Jewish life in our country.”

Pig’s Head Posted on Israeli Synagogue Gate

The incumbent mayor has often been charged with discrimination against the city's religious population.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi Says Jews There Comfortable and Confident

According to Rabbi Lazar, the situation in Europe is less favorable for Jews.

Berlin Bracing for March of ‘Rightwing Extremists’ Marking Kristallnacht’s 80th Anniversary

The Berlin Senate has banned the march on what appear to be strictly emotional grounds.

Naftali Bennett Rebukes French President Macron For Praising Nazi Collaborator

Marshal Philippe Petain was a French leader and Nazi collaborator in World War II.

Trudeau Apologizes for Canada’s Rejecting 907 Jews Fleeing Nazis – 250 Died

Trudeau told the Canadian parliament that Hitler "watched on as we refused their visas, ignored their letters and denied them entry."

#MeToo Founder Alyssa Milano Won’t Join Women’s March Over Linda Sarsour’s Participation

Milano became aware of Sarsour's caustic influence on liberal women's politics when she was challenged by rightwing reporter Laura Loomer.

Older Religious Jew Beaten on Avenue J in Brooklyn, NY

Local sources said the man suddenly started punching the older Jewish victim and kicked him as well before leaving just as suddenly.

Brooklyn Gang Attacks Hassidic Boy Before Smashing Synagogue Window on Shabbat

New York City Police have so far declined to label the attack as a hate crime.

President Rivlin Celebrates Ethiopian Sigd Holiday, Denounces Discrimination

“You brought a spirit of heroism and nobility that was sorely tested on the difficult journey you undertook."

Trial Begins in Germany for Former SS Guard at Stutthof Concentration Camp

Rehbogen, a former enlisted man, has admitted serving at Stutthof, but says he was unaware of the murders.

New Program Trains Mikvah Attendants to Deal with ‘Complex Psychosocial Issues’

Discussions are focused on some of the more delicate and complex issues facing women in the Jewish community.

Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem: ‘Get Vaccinated Immediately!’

"According to the Ministry of Health, anyone who was not vaccinated for measles, is requested to immediately get a vaccine!"

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