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.
Levels of anti-Semitic incidents are at their highest in a number of European nations this year.
Anti-Semitism is rising in Austria as well as elsewhere in Europe; new Muslim migrants may be part of the cause.
Stamford Hill Shomrim were instrumental in making sure the anti-Semitic attacker was caught immediately.
Former president Bill Clinton tells Jewish elderly that his wife Hillary is a "friend of Israel" and cares about the "defenseless."
A group of parents, former teachers and yeshiva alumni demand to know the progress of an investigation into NYC yeshivas.
"There are many Anglo Jews like me; of course we worry. History tells us we're not wrong."
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Warns Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn Anti-Semitism Will Ruin His Chances...
Former Archbishop of Canterbury warns Labour Party head Jeremy Corbyn anti-Semitism will destroy his chance to lead UK.
A collection of thousands of Passover haggadahs displayed in Jerusalem spans centuries and cities around the globe.
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.
JewishPress.com wishes the parents and the newest male member of the Jewish People a hearty mazel tov.
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.
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Reform Rabbi Gilad Kariv, head of the Reform movement in Israel, was beside himself with delight at Thursday's decision.
It took years for the airline passenger to win a small claims lawsuit after the airline forgot his kosher meal.
Jewish baseball fans can slake that thirst for knowledge at last at the brand-new Jewish Baseball Museum, online.
Scottish Jews can now walk proudly with an officially registered kosher tartan kilt designed by a rabbi and a registry official.