"I'm not ashamed of what I do, should I apologize for representing Judaism in the IDF?"
Rabbi Dr. Elad Dukov of Haifa's Technion Institute of Technology was arrested Monday at the Temple Mount.
Tens of thousands of descendants of the priests of Israel gather each year to bless the Nation worldwide.
By 9 am on the second day of Passover, five Jews had already been arrested on the Temple Mount.
Hundreds attended this year's Chabad of Nepal seder in the Himalayas, the highest place on earth, despite no public notice of its whereabouts.
Anti-Semitism is again raising its ugly face in the Russian city of Perm, thinly veiled this time with the mask of "anti-Chabad."
The mezuzahs that were stolen from the East Boca Raton Chabad center were very expensive -- and precious.
Colel Chabad is working with the Israeli government to make sure that every Israeli has what they need for Passover.
Israeli tourist Avraham Fekete returns home to Jerusalem with 20 stitches after being knifed in a New York subway station.
Stamford Hill Shomrim were instrumental in making sure the anti-Semitic attacker was caught immediately.
The robber knew enough to wait until late into the night on the Sabbath before breaking into the neighborhood bank.
The slasher who attacked an Israeli tourist Friday in a New York City subway station has been arrested by NYPD.
A group of parents, former teachers and yeshiva alumni demand to know the progress of an investigation into NYC yeshivas.
Special kosher for Passover cell phones may be purchase now at a "subsidized cost" of 99 shekels $26.22.
An Australian rabbi minces no words when it comes to dealing with anti-Semitic thugs at his synagogue.
Rabbi Kanievsky may be the most "Zionist" of the great Haredi rabbis.
The Vizhnitzer Rebbe, Rabbi Mordechai Hager, shlita, has been hospitalized at Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
The head of the Brisk Yeshiva in Zichron Moshe, Rabbi Meir Soloveitchik, was laid to rest in Jerusalem.
Members of the British Humanist Association, on the other hand, were beside themselves with their biased attack.
Scottish Jews can now walk proudly with an officially registered kosher tartan kilt designed by a rabbi and a registry official.
A Jew in Paris decided to liven things up a little towards the end of Purim at the synagogue ...
What appears to be a bill driven by the urgent need to block Reform expansion in Israel may really be a land grab on the part of the Haredim.
The boy was beaten up by a gang while walking to meet his father in synagogue on the Sabbath.
No one can match the British when it comes to delivering a whipping, even when it is only a verbal tongue lashing.
American Reform rabbis do not think Israel has yet gone far enough with compromises for the Movement.