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Reform Rabbi Gilad Kariv, head of the Reform movement in Israel, was beside himself with delight at Thursday's decision.
The Hagada includes many traditional Passover songs in Ladino, and follows the tradition of the Portuguese Amsterdam Hagadot, and was edited and produced by members of the Recife Sephardic Association.
It took years for the airline passenger to win a small claims lawsuit after the airline forgot his kosher meal.
Attorney David Toren is hunting for two museum-quality paintings stolen from his family by the Nazis.
"We consistently raise our staunch opposition to the council’s bias against Israel."
CUNY said it is conducting an independent investigation of the claims.
MK Meir Porush stated that if "Women of the Wall” would refrain from eating non-Kosher food, he would apologize to them.
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.
A Jew in Paris decided to liven things up a little towards the end of Purim at the synagogue ...
Anti-Semitic vandalism has spread to the University of Buffalo, where one scrawl was unmentionable.
Eventually, the complainer became the subject of the investigation and has been arrested.
"Jews don’t care what religions other people are, and would never deny others the right to worship,” Barr said.
"We proudly call upon all those who may fit the bill to contact the Temple Institute immediately.”
A Cuban Jewish leader says there is no security problem for the community in the island nation.
Turkish intelligence is warning that ISIS is actively planning to target Jewish children in an "imminent" attack.
Israel appears to take seriously reports of an imminent attack by ISIS on Jewish children in Turkey.
Chairman Gafni praised the Dutch government and Holland's ambassador to Israel Gilles Beschoor Plug, for "making the right decision."
Venetian Jews say the 500th anniversary of the world's first ghetto may present a lesson for new Muslim refugees.