The mezuzahs that were stolen from the East Boca Raton Chabad center were very expensive -- and precious.
Rabbi Ratzon Arusi withdrew his candidacy for Chief Sephardi Rabbi, one hour before balloting began Wednesday afternoon. His withdrawal leaves three candidates in the...
Three residents of the Beit Orot neighborhood of Jerusalem became the victims of a lynching attempt by the Arab residents of A-Tor.
A Chinese businessman who is determined to buy an American newspaper said he is just as smart as the Jews who own some of...
The United Nations date for International Holocaust Day, and the date on which worldwide memorial ceremonies are being held, falls on the Jewish Sabbath.
The signatories challenge the assertion that antisemitism has risen in Ukraine.
'I have an opportunity to kill the terrorist – should I kill him or not?'
London's first Muslim mayor is a smashing success on his interfaith tour in the US, including at two synagogues.
According to the suit, the original, Jewish owner sold the painting under duress for $13,200, when he and his wife were in Paris, to pay for their escape to Brazil.
Members of the so-called "Yerushalmi Faction" has urged yeshiva students not to comply with the draft board.
The last remaining Jews of Yemen were airlifted Sunday night.
South Koreans love the Talmud, a mandatory school course. A Korean language version is popular, and a Samsung official visited an Israeli yeshiva to grasp “the growing grounds” of the Jewish genius.
JewishPress.com wishes the parents and the newest male member of the Jewish People a hearty mazel tov.
Over half of Sikh children in the US said they were bullied in school, and over two-thirds, or 67% report being bullied if they were wearing a turban.
A new Israeli government survey sheds light on mainstream media slander of Haredim and points to a growing trend of Haredim studying law and business.
Passage of the bill has become critical now, in light of attempts by foreign countries and international organizations to erode Israel's status as the homeland for all the Jews.
An Arab adult and two minors are indicted on a firebomb attack in Jaffa, motivated by rage over supposed "violation of the sanctity of Al Aqsa."
Yes, they've won a battle, a long one at that—but the war is far from over.
Tel Aviv University archaeology team confirms donkey stables, livestock pens in Timna date back to the time of Kings David and Solomon.
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The departure of the head of the Kosher Law Enforcement Division of the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets has created a...
Ben Bernanke, the outgoing Federal Reserve chairman, was No. 7 on the Forbes annual World’s Most Powerful People list topped by Russian President Vladimir...
The Haredi protest against Lapid’s drive to draft them is only the first shot in what promises to be an ugly war.
The boundary, enabling Jewish students to carry on Shabbat, will be made of plastic "lechies" on utility poles.
Do you know how many thumbs down Ezra the Scribe received when he announced, back in the 500s BCE?