Venetian Jews say the 500th anniversary of the world's first ghetto may present a lesson for new Muslim refugees.
Israel counter-terrorism bureau has warned Israelis to leave Turkey immediately due to a concrete terror threat.
PA law prohibits selling land to Jews under penalty of death.
When the left cite religious sources, they don't have to lie to make them appear outrageous — all they have to do is present them sans context and background.
Ivanka Trump gave birth on Sunday to a beautiful Jewish baby boy, as her father kept saying on the campaign trail.
The "difficulties" came in the form of both ultra-Orthodox parties in Netnayahu's coalition who declared their absolute objection to any official recognition of any Reform presence.
Neo-Nazi groups are not new, but they are learning to use technology to spread poison across America.
"Shabbat does not belong only to religious Jews.”
A Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel called the UNHRC a “cynical, shameless and hypocritical body, probably in need of urgent mental treatment.”
The University of California Board of Regents formally recognized the link between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.
Far too often, what starts as acceptable, welcomed and appropriate criticism and debate on Israel becomes anti-Zionist discrimination and hate.
AIPAC president admonishes Trump and AIPAC audience for "attacks" on Obama. Hillary's love of Iran Deal? No problem.
They threatened to call the pilot if he didn't stop, but he persisted. Politely.
The mass gathering was accompanied by trumpet blasts sounded by silver trumpets made by the Temple Institute for use in the Holy Temple.
This Purim the Jews of Istanbul will find the reading of the Megillah especially meaningful at Ahrida Synagogue.
The case of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death now goes to a court that deals with political murders.
“If someone is going to buy a yarmulke, you have to assume they support the candidate.”
ISIS also does not believe that the Jews are any worse infidels than others — including, most emphatically Shiite Muslims.
"We feared additional attacks and contacted the families. To avoid panic, we asked that they take the children one at a time."
They invited more than 300 children with cancer and their families to a lavish Purim Carnival.