American Jewish leaders and rabbis and becoming more fearful of radical Islamists and pro-Arab harassment at Israel solidarity demonstrations.
Rabbi Yosef turned to the public asking they not take part in shooting snuff videos or stills depicting victims of attacks.
Perceptions of Islam have turned more negative over the past few years
Pope Francis will pay a visit to the Great Synagogue in the afternoon of Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016.
New information about California campus stabber raises questions about motive and religious connection.
Her husband is Jewish and she converted before they were married in June, while she was pregnant.
More than 5,200 Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis and communal leaders sat down to exchange news at this year's international emissaries' conference in NYC.
Israel sent the Palestinian Authority a key to the door at the tomb, under PA control. The key was sent back along with the door.
Less than two-thirds of Americans are "absolutely certain" that God exists. Millennials point to a godless future.
Hundreds of people have barricaded themselves in the Givat Ze'ev synagogue. Police tell court they cannot stop violence if wrecking ball starts to work.
One of the Arab land owners lied, but it is unclear which one. Now the synagogue is threatened with destruction.
The IDF provided a military escort to Jewish workers late Monday in a midnight mission to repair the Tomb of Joseph.
Suburban Philly shul holds Tanakh-a-thon to show support, and to help usher in peace, for Israel.
Religious public schools have introduced a Temple education program. The Left are terrified...
The windows of the Temple Mount activist's car were smashed on "Rock-Throwing Lane," also known as Highway 60.
The Prime Minister tried to ease tensions by banning all MKs from the holy site, but it apparently applies only to Jews.
Opposition MK calls her a "messianic" whose "dream" could engulf the Middle East in flames.
A Gaza preacher warns that Jews will be blown up into "body parts" by Arab terrorists.
An Islamist terrorist attacked a rabbi and a Jewish congregant in Marseilles on Friday.
So far, none of Netanyahu's decisions has led to the departure of the Bayit Yehudi party or Ariel's T'kumah faction from the government.