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.
In both cases, the sellers agreed to return the works in 'amicable discussions,' according to the Max Stern Foundation.
Numerous signs suggest the current Polish government is attempting to rewrite its role in World War II and the Holocaust.
Neither side of the family knew anyone from the other side had survived the Holocaust!
The Ohio state legislature has passed a law prohibiting the state from signing contracts with BDS companies.
Rabbi Steinsaltz has been moved out of the ICU.
In a near-meaningless organization, where only about an eighth of the members bothered to vote for president, a full 89 of those picked a guy who advocates a boycott of Israel.
The coin bears on one side a vine leaf and the statement 'Freedom of Zion.' On the opposite side it bears a standing cup and the statement 'Second year of the great rebellion' – the year 67 CE.
An intelligence tip led to the capture of a 22-year-old terror suspect planning a deadly stabbing attack.
Israel's prime minister underscored the region must unite to fight terrorism together.
A project of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Project TEN, aims to help children in Uganda.
'It is inconceivable that we ourselves provide subsidized manpower to organizations that work on behalf of foreign interests, depict Israel as a war criminal, protect mega-terrorists, and slander IDF soldiers.'
It is right and good for every commercial company to reach more and more sectors, not just as providers of services, but also as employers."
There are 250,000 Jews in Germany, but few Germans know a Jew personally, according to Rent-a Jew.
Also, Literature? How is Dylan getting a prize for literature when he's a songwriter? Who makes the decisions over there, the Norwegian parliament? (Yes).
A US official confirms the ISIS terrorist behind the Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher attacks, is dead.
The law allows the heirs six years to sue in US court from the day they become aware of the existence and location of the looted object.
According to the chief rabbis, the plan is to create a system whereby the conversions done by rabbis who meet the chief rabbinate criteria would be approved.
Sometimes the best way to honor and hold the memory of a departed soul is through building or planting new life. And so it was at Oz veGaon.
The Limbach Commission, a panel set up by Germany to return Nazi-looted art in public collections, has already issued a recommendation against returning a painting by Gris that used to hang in Flechtheim’s Berlin apartment.
He visited the Bank of England and met the Chief Cashier, who presented him with one of the notes which he had forged in the concentration camp more than sixty years earlier.
UK self-described fascist Joshua Bonehill-Paine was convicted for anti-Semitic internet rants against a Jewish MP. He's already serving time on other charges.
A wannabe mugger finds out the hard way that even when elderly, there was a reason that some Jews survived the Holocaust.