Legal Fight against Public Prayer Dates Back to Childhood Carols

A lifelong exposure to public Christian prayer drove a Jewish woman to sue a small New York town for violating freedom of religion. She won the case, but the Supreme Court might overrule the decision.

ADL: Anti-Semitic Incidents Jump 86 Percent Since Jan 2017

American elementary school are seeing a whopping increase in anti-Semitic incidents.

When A Jerusalem Neighborhood Was A Transit Camp

Rabbi Haim Sabato tells the tale of the Jerusalem transit camp in which he and his family lived when they immigrated to the Holy Land from Egypt.

Watch: Prominent French Jew Attacked in Paris by Yellow Vest Anti-Semites

The philosopher was cornered in the doorway of a building, where he was cursed and insulted, and told to 'go back to Tel Aviv.'

‘Jews Not a Minority’ Laura Ingraham May Be Trump’s Press Secretary

This week, Ingraham has been twitter-shaming Obama for not intervening to stop the violent protests against the November elections results. "Where is Pres Obama urging calm?" she tweeted on Saturday.

Palestinian Authority Thinks ‘Terrorism’ Is a Race or Religion

Now we know why the Palestinian Authority does not stop incitement. That would be racism, according to the logic of a PA minister, who calls Bennett a racist for saying terrorists should be eliminated.

Court Rejects Freedom of Information Request to Shield Archeologists from BDS Attacks

Judge Marzel ruled that the potential personal harm to the archeologists and their research justifies concealing their names.

British Academy Supporting Racist Lecturer Condemned by UK

Sept. 11 Canberra conference to feature top 9/11 conspiracy theorist, UN Watch urges British Academy to pull support for Richard Falk's Australia event.

Canadian Politician Irwin Cotler ‘Honored’ to be Banned by Russia

Irwin Cotler, a veteran human rights activist and member of Canada’s parliament,  says being banned from Russia is an “honor.” When Russia issued its blacklist...

MK Proposes Israeli Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) for NGOs

Proposed law will place a 37% tax on NGOs who work for foreign governments.

Dov Hikind’s Mother Dies at 85; Burial Today

Frieda Hikind, mother of New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind, died on Noonday at the age of 95. Her funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m....

Soldiers to Crunch on 80 Tons of Matzo at Seder Tables

Thousands of soldiers will remain on duty defending the country while Jews around the world are at the Seder table tonight.

Textiles Dating Back to King David’s Era Found at Timna Dig

The ancient copper mines in Timna, deep in Israel’s Arava Valley, are believed by some to be the site of King Solomon's mines.

The Answer to ‘Knockout the Jew’: Karate Rabbi

“I wore a yarmulke, and I was a target,” says ,” says Rabbi Sensei Gary Moskowitz, who is a Karate black belt.

Learning the Fundamentals: Muslim Wannabe Danish Teen Guilty of Planning Jewish School Bombing

During her trial (she pleaded not guilty), the Kundby Girl was described as having undergone a drastic change in interests in the space of just a few months, from boys and shopping to holy war.

Teen Convicted of Attacking Jewish Student

A teenager in Winnipeg who attacked a Jewish student in a racially motivated assault will be sentenced next month, following his conviction on charges...

Presbyterians Give $2.2 Million To Teach Judaism to Christians, But This Gift Horse May...

“This new sense that there are many Christians who want to hear what Jews have to say fits very well with a dormant Jewish feeling that we have a mission to say something but for a long time people weren’t interested in hearing what we have to say,” Hazony said.

Rightwing Activists Torch PA Flag Outside Ya’alon’s Office [video]

The torching was done in retaliation for the disciplinary punishments imposed on two Kfir brigade soldiers.

Report: So Far, Trump Got Zilch from Adelson

Adelson is not the exception this election year but the rule.

New York City’s Queens Museum Boycotts Israel

Celebrating the establishment of the State of Israel is "not a political event, but rather an expression of the historical and legal rights of our people," said Danon.

First Jewish Members Appointed to Germany’s Nazi Looted Art Panel

Last March, Culture Minister Grütters faced shocked protests after telling the New York Times that if a Jew is appointed to the commission his “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”

White House Menorah From Hurricane Sandy Shul

For the second time in office, US President Barack Obama has used a Hanukkah menorah from a hurricane-ravaged area to conduct the official White House Hanukkah celebration.

Thousands at Western Wall for ‘Birkat Kohenim’

Police have arrested another 13 Arabs Muslims in a massive effort to allow Jews to pray at the Kotel and visit the Temple Mount.

New York, High-End Dealers Cater To Jews Seeking The Perfect Etrog

The “perfect” etrog actually has one big non-Halachic blemish – it is not grown in Israel.

Bnei Brak Threatens Court Action to Block Light Rail Work on Yom Kippur &...

At issue is the agreement with the city of Bnei Brak that prohibits digging and other work on the Light Rail tracks during the Sabbath and on Yom Kippur.

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