American campuses are the petri dishes in which the latest version of the oldest hatred grows.
Her 1986 marriage to Prince Frederic von Anhalt entitled her to pass on as Princess von Anhalt, Duchess of Saxony.
Like a baseball team after a losing season, J Street is making 2017 a rebuilding year, using US Jews' fear and loathing of President-Elect Trump to scare up (literally) the donations.
People formed a human chain in Tel Aviv from the US Embassy to the Russian Embassy to call for an end to slaughter in Syria.
The opening bid is $2,000. They expect to raise between five and eight thousand.
More was going on in the building than just Jews being hidden there, and the authorities may have raided 263 Prinsengracht for other reasons.
Liberman said that 'any peace agreement should be based on populated-area exchange, which should also include Israeli Arabs who consider themselves to be Palestinian.'
How will the gang in Ramallah take the news from Washington? Not well, most likely.
Rabbis in Englewood, New Jersey are calling on fellow Jews to recite psalms and pray for the innocent in Aleppo, Syria.
A Turkish Jewish woman married to a non-Jewish Turkish man was killed in Istanbul in unclear circumstances.
Rabbi Levi Shemtov says he is privileged to supervise the "kosherizing" of the most important kitchen in the USA.
A pro-Trump protester yelled at Sharon Kleinbaum, clergywoman of LGBT Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, 'You would have been on the side of Antiochus rather than Judah the Maccabee.'
Say what you will, the man has great writers and – crucial – can deliver a line.
PM Netanyahu and his wife visited the Great Synagogue in the capital city of Kazakhstan, Astana, "in an Islamic country that honors coexistence."
A new study says the Jewish people are the most educated religious group in the world.
After three-quarters of a century, a phone call changed the lives of two people who thought they were alone in the world.
PM Netanyahu revealed in a speech in Baku that Israel jointly funds Jewish education with the president of Azerbaijan, and his predecessor.
Shas Interior Minister Aryeh Deri wants to convene the UN Security Council on the fall of Aleppo.
Sakharov's life inspired several prizes named after him. He worked with his Jewish wife, Yelena Bonner (1923 –2011), who wrote frequently on Russia and human rights.
Proper representation legislation in recent years has used affirmative action to boost public sectors whose presence in the civil service does not represent their share of the population.