"Each crime motivated by anti-Semitism is one too many and shameful for our country."
The youth of the predominantly Orthodox town of Yitzhar (pop. 1,468), held a traditional "swearing in" ceremony on Mount Ebal on the third light of Hanukkah.
Similar candle-lighting events took place on the third night of Hanukkah in Berlin and in New York City, honoring Holocaust survivors.
“Loneliness is one of the hardest challenges for elderly Israelis -- sometimes that struggle outweighs the usual daily battle for financial survival."
In 1985, Katz became the first woman to serve as Speaker of the Oregon House.
They are put up in places large and small, in front of iconic buildings and in remote settings.
Why would so many American Jews object to their country ever recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, to be followed by moving its embassy there?
"I am very excited to stand here in this sacred place to light the second Hanukkah candle in the holy city of Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Israel."
Contrary to how Trump’s announcement has been portrayed in the international media, I believe it will advance the cause of peace and the international effort against terror.
The Agudah lawsuit claims that the purpose of each of Jackson's ordinances in the case was "to target the Orthodox Jewish community."
A DNA testing done in 2003 and 2004 of several hundred men of this group showed no evidence of Middle Eastern ancestry.
Y'all would admit that the Judge's statement about the afterlife makes you uncomfortable, no matter what's your opinion of George Soros.
Police estimate that 600,000 people are participating in the funeral procession.
"We oppose all forms of anti-Semitism and xenophobia," Merkel announced.
MK Yitzhak Herzog spoke about the rabbi’s modesty and spiritual power, and said his impact on haredi Judaism would continue to be felt for generations.
Muslim protesters in New York's Times Square called for the massacre of the Jewish people.
The exhibition opened last week on the 30th anniversary of “Freedom Sunday,” a momentous rally that took place on December 6, 1987, the day before Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev’s historic summit meeting with President Ronald Reagan.
Police at the scene confirmed that Molotov cocktails had been thrown at the synagogue building.
Restaurant owner Sami Baron told Channel 2 TV: "For Jerusalem I don't care if they break even more windows."
A manuscript project of this scope and quality represents the collective efforts of a consortium of craftsmen, artists, and scribes for a whole year.
"Peace is never beyond the grasp of those willing to reach it."
"I cannot keep quiet about my deep worry about the situation that has been created in the last few days."
If you haven't yet lost your notion of being a link in a chain that began with an elderly guy from Mesopotamia riding his camel to Canaan some 3,500 years ago – then today has to be a huge spot in history for you. Except if you're Reform.
"I am not sad that I will die," Nadjari wrote, "but I am sad that I won't be able to take revenge like I would like to."
The group wants to reverse 50 years of liberation and bring back to holy city its reality of the 1950s and '60s, when foreign tourists used the Mandelbaum Gate crossing to walk through the barbwire fence that divided Jerusalem.