Israeli artist launches campaign to shame 'Holocaust selfies'One man declares war on disrespectful behavior at Holocaust memorial, finds unique way to publicly shame selfie-snapping guests.
Personal rabbinical documents reveal their thoughts & queriesTreasure trove of documents from rabbinical figures from the Chasam Sofer to Lubavitcher Rebbe going up for auction.
FBI to probe bomb threats against JCCsFBI opens probe following second wave of false telephone bomb threats against JCCs across the United States.
1,500 rabbis call on Trump administration to support refugeesMore than 1,500 U.S. rabbis sign a letter calling on the incoming administration to maintain the federal refugee resettlement program.
Mexican Jews launch hotline for life-threatening situationsMexican Jews launch 24-hour hotline for callers seeking support in cases of attempted suicide, domestic violence and other emergencies.
Jewish Democrat resigns from golf club over Obama membershipDemocratic activist resigns from mostly Jewish golf club in Maryland following a contentious debate over whether to admit Obama.
Jewish human services agencies merge to create umbrella groupAssociations of Jewish human services agencies merge to create a new umbrella organization.
'Obama was the biggest liar in the world'Head of Holocaust education institute says today's youth is just as ready to learn about the Shoah as ever, blasts Obama's Israel policies.
Rabbinate committee to recommend Kashrut improvementsRabbinate Kashrut system must have national standard, Chief Rabbinate Director says, adding that current system is confusing and wasteful.
US rabbi rewrites prayer - to avoid blessing TrumpOpen Orthodox rabbi and founder of religious 'social justice' movement says he can't recite prayer for success of president after Trump win.
True tale of Father of Israelis in US prisonsI wrote this article 6 years ago, but Natan instructed me to hold on publication. With Natan's passing, I can no longer remain silent...
Foreign Ministry welcomes Torah scroll from BucharestForeign Ministry synagogue holds traditional ceremony welcoming Torah scroll from Bucharest.
Bomb threat at Staten Island JCC investigated as hate crimeA swastika and the word "bomb" were found drawn inside the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island.
Bader Ginsburg picture bio takes top honor in book awardsPicture book biography about U.S. Supreme Court Justice among the top three winners of awards for Jewish children's books.
Israeli tourist drowns in GuatemalaA 60-year-old Israeli tourist was killed when her raft capsized on the Cahabon river in Guatemala.
Polish-Jewish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman dies at 91Zygmunt Bauman, a Polish-Jewish sociologist and philosopher who authored more than 50 books, has died.
Journalist Nat Hentoff dies at 91Nat Hentoff, who wrote about civil liberties and jazz dies at 91.
JCCs lauded for their actions following bomb threatsJCC Association of North America applauds community centers around the country for their responses to bomb threats.
Palermo, Sicily, to get first synagogue in 500 yearsRoman Catholic Church cedes to Jewish ownership part of a church and monastery complex built atop the ruins of a medieval synagogue.
'La La Land' composer, Jewish actors take Golden GlobesSeveral actors and filmmakers with Jewish ancestry victorious at the Golden Globes. Meryl Streep insults president-elect.
Anti-Semitic note left on car of Maryland coupleMaryland couple find an anti-Semitic note on their car with a drawing of a Nazi yellow Star of David and the word "Jude" written on it.
Holocaust Jews: Murdered precisely because they were sinlessWhat Yediot Acharonot's first editor Ezriel Carlebach wrote about the Jewish victims of the Holocaust in 1942.
Today: The Fast of the Tenth of TevetThe fast mourning the siege of Jerusalem in Temple times is also the day kaddish is said for Holocaust victims whose yahrzeit is unknown.
Swastika, ‘die Jew’ left on rock at door of Canadian couplePackage with an anti-Semitic epithet left on the doorstep of a Jewish couple in Winnipeg.
Harvard initiator of Jewish and Israeli program to step downAfter seven years as dean of Harvard Law School, Martha Minow, a leader in Jewish causes, will step down at the end of the academic year.
Italian Jews, IsraAID help homeless earthquake victimsItalian Jews join IsraAID in bringing help to people in central Italy who remain homeless after earthquakes last summer and fall.
Suspects arrested in vandalism of Jewish gravestone in IndianaThree people arrested in connection with the vandalism of the headstone of a Jewish couple buried in the cemetery of a small Indiana town.
Marvin Hier 'proud' to be Trump's inauguration rabbiSimon Wiesenthal rabbi unfazed by calls on him to boycott Donald Trump's inauguration.
A Suffering Widow's Plea: We Must Reach Our Goal"My Husband is Gone. My 7 Children Are Now Orphans. What Now?"
Jewish Museum poster defaced in New York subway stationSwastikas drawn on a poster in a Manhattan subway station advertising an exhibit at New York's Jewish Museum.
French candidate under fire for Holocaust comparisonFrench left-wing presidential candidate compares Nazi persecution of Jews to the situation of French Muslims today.
Montana neo-Nazi march still onAn armed neo-Nazi march to harass a Montana Jewish community will go forward.
Sheldon Adelson's flight sets recordCasino mogul flies nonstop in his private plane from Israel to Honolulu, Hawaii, the longest flight ever leaving from Ben Gurion Airport.
Percentage of Jews in Congress sees slight rise to 5.6 in 2017The number of Jewish lawmakers increased in the newly elected Congress.
Ivanka Trump moving into house near 2 Orthodox synagoguesIvanka Trump and Jared Kushner are moving into a house near two of Washington, D.C.’s most popular Orthodox synagogues.
American wins International Adult Bible Contest in JerusalemYair Shahak of New York City was one of two winners of the International Adult Bible Contest in Jerusalem.
'They can burn our houses, but they cannot burn our spirit'Delegation of rabbis from around the world visit town in Binyamin which suffered an arson attack. 'Terrorists cannot destroy Jewish spirit'
Facebook post draws hundreds to Judea-Samaria solidarity missionA Facebook post by a prominent Miami fashion designer drew hundreds of American Jews on a solidarity mission to Judea and Samaria.
Arutz Sheva readers share their Hannukah videosArutz Sheva readers from around the world answered our challenge and sent their Hanukkah videos. Here are our favorites.
'Security Council a catalyst for more Jews in Judea and Samaria'Deputy Foreign Minister says more Jews live in Judea and Samaria after UN resolutions, BDS movement failing.
Hanukkah retreat offers escape for bereaved familiesColel Chabad organizes Hanukkah retreat for bereaved families.
New Zealand Jews: UN resolution distances peaceJews in New Zealand condemned their government's support of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 against “Israeli settlements”.
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2 menorahs vandalized in BrooklynTwo menorahs vandalized on Brooklyn playgrounds during Hanukkah.
Hungarian rabbi rejects Hanukkah greeting from anti-SemitesRabbi from Budapest rejects Hanukkah greeting from the far-right Jobbik party.
Philosopher Bernard Henri-Levy revisits Jewish roots in new bookBernard-Henri Levy pens one of his most Jewish books ever.
Bnei Menashe gather in India to celebrate HanukkahThousand of Bnei Menashe in India gather to celebrate Hanukkah
Uman: “A significant development in the investigation”The Attorney General’s comments indicate that the police may have information leading to the vandals who desecrated Rabbi Nachman’s tomb.
Aliyah dips 13% overall despite reaching 10 year high in RussiaAliyah from Russia reaches 10 year high as aliyah numbers from rest of world decrease in 2016.
French Jews rap Liberman remarks on leaving for IsraelCRIF blasts Liberman for calling on Jews to leave France, drawing parallels between the Dreyfus Affair and attempts to push for peace talks.
This 15-year-old Orthodox girl is a pingpong championEstee Ackerman, just 15 years old, has beaten a table tennis Hall of Famer and tennis champion Rafael Nadal.
Russia's chief rabbi meets head of Austria's Freedom PartyRabbis in Vienna condemn the chief rabbi of Russia for meeting the head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party.
Jewish astronomer Vera Rubin dies at 88Vera Rubin, an astronomer whose research helped find evidence of the existence of dark matter, has died.
Major Polish Jewish groups denied government fundingFor the first time in years, Poland did not grant money to two major Jewish community groups.