A Saudi Arabian man was arrested near the Grand Mosque in Mecca after local police discovered papers indicating that he was seeking a Jewish bride.
"Hitler would come to Munich at weekends. You could tell he was at home because of the cars parked outside," Feuchtwanger says.
A Dutch governmental agency advised a security firm to hire a Sabbath-observing intern after ruling that employers may not reject Jewish candidates on the basis of their refusal to work on the Jewish day of rest.
An Israeli restaurant opened in the heart of the old Jewish quarter of Krakow. Hamsa Hummus and Happiness Restobar opened recently in a historic building...
Arab rock attackers have entered their fifth day of targeting Jewish vehicles just a 3 minute drive from Jerusalem's Old City, using local minors to alert them as to which cars contain Jews so they can pelt them with stones and cinder blocks.
A minority rights association in Tunisia filed an incitement complaint against an imam who prayed for the removal of Jews from the earth.
In a series of interviews with the Associated Press, Palestinian officials have detailed a plan of incrimination and isolation it expects to employ in the event that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is re-elected in January.
South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress, voted to make boycotts, divestment and sanctions of Israel part of its official policy.
Los Angeles police have arrested 46 year old Wan Ryung Song, aka Patrick Song, for scrawling a swastika and anti-Semitic epithets on the Wilshire Boulevard Temple on December 6.
Mohammed Merah's sister was summoned to a French police station for questioning regarding her praise for her late brother's murder of four Jews.
The film carefully and concisely packs into 81 minutes the birth, metamorphosis and metastasization of Jew-hatred.
Colorado Springs police are looking for vandals who spray-painted a swastika on the Hanukkah menorah of the Chabad of Southern Colorado.
The Los Angeles police department spent hours on Tuesday utilizing highly specialized equipment to investigate a bomb threat near the Wilshire Boulevard Jewish Temple in Koreatown which turned out to be a hoax.
After UN Watch protest, HRW removes Falk & deletes his name from website
Balazs, 37, left his extremist, right-wing party, disgusted with the decline of its radical standards.
AP reports that German lawmakers finally approved a bill that permits Brit Mila. 434 lawmakers voted in favor, 100 against and 46 abstained. The bill needed...
According to Freeman, the rabbis and settlers are to blame for Israel's belligerent military actions.
After a week of medical tests in the hospital, Jonathan Pollard was returned on Sunday to his prison cell. After falling seriously ill a week...
Intrigue and rumor swirls around Danny Ayalon's exclusion from the Yisrael Beytenu list, as no one is officially saying a thing. There's nothing nature abhors more than a vacuum.
A large menorah covered in seashells and used to spread the light of Hanukkah at Miami Beach was vandalized on Sunday, scrawled with black graffiti stating “You Killed Jesus”.
An uproar over the appropriation of the burnt remains of Jewish Holocaust victims for use in an artwork has swept the Jewish world and raised questions as to how the ashes remaining at European concentration camps are treated.
Ahmed Ferhani, one of two men arrested in an undercover sting in May 2011 and charged with attempting to blow up synagogues in New York City, has pled guilty, and now faces a sentence of 10 years in prison.
A man and a woman in the Toulouse area were arrested on suspicion that they helped Mohammed Merah "commit crimes" that may have included the murder of four Jews.
Amanpour's history gives little comfort to those who fear it will be wildly dismissive of Jewish and Christian claims, and naively accepting of Muslim claims.
Hungarian Jewry is asking the government of Russia to release between 300 and 400 Torah scrolls, covers, crowns, pointers, and other objects seized by the Nazis during World War II and then appropriated by the Red Army.