Arabs, Jews, Muslims, Europeans and Americans are well-represented.
Tony Parker did the “quenelle.”
The New York Times is conducting a survey of Hungarian Jews to help deepen its coverage of anti-Semitism in that country. The survey, published online...
An American "diplomatic initiative" is an end run around the Israeli government.
This is so Last days of Richard M. Nixon, when the ruler is going down, and he's the only one who still doesn't know it.
Muslim Brotherhood radio statio shut down in Egypt opens in Turkey, with terrorist-supporting Imam Al-Qaradawi as its first host.
NBC reportedly has bowed to Palestinian Authority pressure and has cancelled plans to short part of its new “DIG” television series near the Old City...
Maybe the moderator should have "reined in" the emotions when the audience was booing and "enraged" - her words - by Podhoretz's defense of Israel from J Street's blaming Israel for the academic boycott.
The Haredi Gat Brothers, Aryeh and Gil, have become the first act named to the semi-finals of the popular new Israeli talent show “Rising...
Israel has invested more than $125 million trying to bring young Jews to visit, with meager results.
In case you're wondering, temps in Jerusalem right now are 7 Celsius, or a comfortable 44 Fahrenheit.
Much of the disaster could have been avoided with better individual preparedness.
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Maybe Bibi was right to stay home and avoid the ceremony – who knows what this guy would have said he said…
A news report on court proceedings in Beit Shemesh vote fraud, and a show on the Haredi housing crisis exposes deep resentments by seculars of Haredim.
A J Street U student was rude and disruptive during a campus event at Brandeis, wrote about the event omitting relevant details, then asked an editor to remove someone else's blog post describing his behavior because it might affect his "future employment."
Stories of Russian repression of its citizenry and crackdown on its nascent press freedoms signals yet another pivot away from Western values.
Rabbi Lopatin said, “May Hashem give you all strength to continue this age old, noble struggle which God promises us will end in victory.”
Rabbi Auerbach and his merry band of Lituanian Haredim needed a pawn to serve their political aims, and Moshe A. volunteered.
The future New York City Councilwoman blamed the violence of "young people of color" in her community on "governmental neglect, outside uncontrolled influences and failed leadership."