"Who 30 years ago in this country would have pretended to be a rabbi, to say nothing of 70 years ago?"
Tens of thousands of Israelis were out in the parks celebrating the Passover holiday this weekend.
Police interrogated with a warning two employees of the Haifa Religious Council, one of them senior.
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 family’s attorney is E. Randol Schoenberg, who helped Maria Altmann successfully recover Gustav Klimt's "Woman in Gold," from the Belvedere Museum in Vienna.
Police found hundreds of Trump Vodka bottles with forged Passover-friendly stickers on them.
"The learning of the Holocaust lessons in the state is done selectively and manipulatively."
The topics Bernie liked to discuss included "a kibbutz-style school for commune children; the possibility of a coming violent revolution; and the pros and cons of group marriage.”
It turns out Germans continue to harbor ugly feelings about people and things that are not German, and they prefer their bigotry small and intimate, away from the lime lights.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project was initiated in response to the illegal removal of tons of earth from the Temple Mount by the Waqf in 1999.
An estimated 1.5 million tourists visit sites across Judea and Samaria annually.
"UNESCO’s heinous resolution was not born in a vacuum but is a direct result of Israel’s ambivalent, nebulous policy towards the Temple Mount."
Israelis and tourists from all over the country and abroad are in Tel Aviv this week to celebrate water sports.
The secret romance-fling apparently took place in 1994, two years after his highness had separated from Princess Diana.
Tel Aviv is getting ready to curb biking on the city's sidewalks, and penalize those who break the law.
Our readers in Australia have sent us updates on the Kiddush stabbing.
Both US Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry will speak Monday for J Street.
Facebook penalized the target of anti-Semitism rather than the perpetrator, when a complaint was filed.
The arresting officer declared: "On the Temple Mount I decide what's prayer."
The mezuzahs that were stolen from the East Boca Raton Chabad center were very expensive -- and precious.