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Four Orthodox Jews in North London were attacked by a young British man who yelled 'heil Hitler' and threw gas canisters at them from a van.
Secular Israeli Jews are sending their children to less costly religious camps this year.
A red Nazi swastika sprayed on the sign of a synagogue has riled residents of Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Rabbis will appeal to Congressmen, especially the Jews, immediately before the Rosh HaShanah New Year.
The President believes J Street's boast that the left-wing group speaks for American Jewry.
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as "Jews" but "welcomes them with love and joy" to be just like him.
Suicide bombers are again dressing like Orthodox Jews in preparation for carrying out mass casualty attacks in Israel.
The announcement by the 75-year old Crown Market in West Hartford, Connecticut, that it would be closing sent shock waves through the Jewish community. Mark...
It is not an easy fact to swallow, but the real demographic problem for Jews is in the Diaspora and not in Israel.
When a Muslim won’t look at a woman, it is called respect. When a Jew won’t shake her hand, it is called sexism.
Haredi youth have no excuse to dodge the draft, unless they really don’t want to learn Torah.
British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has called on Orthodox synagogues to ban “partnership” minyan services, where women can lead prayers and read from the...
The issue of women becoming involved in synagogue services to the point of holding a Torah scroll is as loaded in the Diaspora than it is in Israel.
The World Orthodox Leadership Forum honored Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, co-founder of Nefesh B’Nefesh, at its annual dinner in Jerusalem on Monday for his contribution...
The idea of “One Rabbi for One People” sounds lovely, but can Jews really get along with each other if they have nothing to argue about?
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Nobel Laureate Robert Aumann are among ten individuals who have been named 2013 Orthodox Jewish All Stars by...
The Women of the Wall are unhappy again. Yes, they can read from the Torah, but now that have no scroll. It was damaged by dampness, and WoW blames the government for lack of proper storage.
The Welsh U. of Aberystwyth declares that lighting Shabbat candles is a fire hazard, nearly 20 years after Jewish tourists have done so every summer.