“The Mohammed who stole Christmas – and Yom Kippur.”
PM Netanyahu vows not to let "extremists and fanatics ignite Jerusalem" as Arab violence spirals and Jewish marchers head for Temple Mount.
Thousands attended the funeral of Border Patrol chief inspector Jadan Assad in the Druze village of Beit J'an.
Palestinian Authority spokesperson Nabil Rudaineh is "warning" Israel over housing projects and Temple Mount visits in Jerusalem.
"Get out the Vote in NY: Vote YES for the Smart Schools Bonds Act on Nov. 4"
Reform and Conservative day school enrollment is down sharply.
Abbas didn’t even condemn the shooting of Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick.
Several hundred Jews from the Old City streamed into the Yemenite Village of HaShiloach (Silwan) over the Sabbath to pray with new neighbors.
Israeli universities rank among the best in the world -- but one cannot say the same for its gender equality standing.
Israel's Pres. Reuven Rivlin inaugurates Museum of History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, together with Polish counterpart.
The bill would take power away from the Haredi Chief Rabbis but but does not authorize non-orthodox conversions.
Kiryat Arba-Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior is reportedly stepping down and moving to the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Orot.
They had to use a magnifying glass to read the letters.
“God is trying to wake us up,” said the grandfather.
This Friday, millions of Jews in 340 cities around the world will be 'keeping it together.' The 7th day. Shabbat.
Wouldn’t be a lot easier if fanatic Haredim would simply charter their own planes?
A study concluded that delaying nonmedical circumcision results in greater risk for the child, and a more costly procedure. Muslims try to circumcise children before 13 years old.
Israel's holy capital of Jerusalem once more celebrates the election of both an Ashkenazi and Sephardic Chief Rabbi Jewish spiritual guidance in the city.
The Rabbinical Council of America said that since the arrest last week of Rabbi Barry Freundel of Washington, DC, it has been working assiduously to address the many challenges that its members and their communities now face.
It was an outright miracle: a tiny teahouse in the pass, and the equivalent of a Sherpa Pony Express to deliver a call for help.