'Only Chief Rabbis should decide if Jews ascend Temple Mount'Rabbi Shlomo Aviner says only Chief Rabbis, not the government or politicians, should decide if Jews can ascend the Temple Mount.
Mexican synagogue vandalizedFor the second time in days, a Mexican synagogue was vandalized. The walls were sprayed, windows shattered and furniture broken.
New find is earliest known mention of Jerusalem outside of BibleThe Israeli Antiquities Authority revealed today a papyrus document that contains the earliest known extra-biblical reference to Jerusalem.
Holocaust survivors, IDF soldiers celebrate second HakafotHolocaust survivors, IDF soldiers, and students dance together with Torah scrolls for Simchat Torah in Galilee village.
Chag Sameach from Arutz Sheva!Arutz Sheva wishes all its readers a joyous Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah! Regular news updates resume Monday night.
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First time in 1,000 years: Yom Kippur service on Temple MountNow it can be told: Shortly after the Six Day War, Moshe Dayan allowed Priests to perform sacred service on the Temple Mount.
Your Enemies Will LieParshat Vezot Habracha-Your Enemies Will Lie by Joseph Frager, MD
Jewish Chamber of Commerce Aims to Beat BDSOrthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce works to fight BDS on several levels.
Beit El responds to UNESCO with new Torah scrollUS couple donates Torah scroll to Beit El institutions.
WATCH: Thousands celeberate Sukkot in Merkaz HaravThousands attend traditional Sukkot celebration in Merkaz Harav yeshiva.
WATCH: Jerusalem paradeTourists, soldiers, artists, and musicians participate in annual festive chol hamoed parade.
Italian man arrested for anti-Semitic slurs against Jewish manItalian passenger arrested after yelling anti-Semitic slurs to a kippah-wearing Brazilian Jewish man at an airport in Rio de Janeiro.
Protesters decry bookstore banner comparing Trump to NazisUpstate New York bookstore display contains the name "Trump" superimposed over a Nazi flag.
Kahlon: we don't need UNESCO's approvalFinance Minster says Bible proves Israel does not need approval of UNESCO, praises Jewish tradition.
Temple Mount activists simulate biblical water-drawing ritualTemple Mount activists simulated a traditional water-drawing ritual - in preparation for the real thing.
Staten Island synagogue feuds with Kars4Kids entityOrthodox congregation on Staten Island feuding in court with a Jewish group associated with Kars4Kids.
ADL pegs spike in harassment of reporters to Trump followersADL task force tracking online harassment of journalists credits supporters of Trump with the lion’s share of anti-Semitic tweets.
Le Pen wants to ban the kippah and force Jews to eat porkVice President of organization for French olim says far right French politician 'discriminates against everyone in the name of equality.'
Jews will leave France before they remove their kippahsAfter far-right French politician calls to ban the kippah, French MP Meyer Habib says such a move would mean Jews have no place in France.
US flag with anti-Semitic writing left outside shulA US flag with an anti-Semitic message was left outside a Synagogue in Tampa, Florida.
Bob Dylan won't pick up the phoneThe Nobel Committee is having some trouble getting in touch with Bob Dylan to notify him of his prize.
Chag Sameach from Arutz Sheva!Arutz Sheva wishes all its readers a joyous Sukkot holiday. Regular news updates resume Monday night.
Pepe the Frog creator teams with ADL to ‘save’ the imageThe creator of a cartoon that has been used by anti-Semites is teaming with the ADL to reclaim the image as a “force for good.”
Living in the Land of Israel atones for one's sinsThe parsha of Haazinu shows it to be true.
Synagogue that survived Kristallnacht gets new Torah scrollHundreds celebrate completion of Torah scroll begun during Holocaust. 'It's the marriage of G-d and the Jewish people.'
At 11th hour, judge allows Southern California kapparot ritualLos Angeles court lifted a temporary injunction against performing kapparot shortly before Yom Kippur.
Attorney who defended Martin Luther King Jr. dies at 91Jack Greenberg, a prominent lawyer who once defended Martin Luther King Jr., has died.
Spain, Portugal naturalize nearly 5,000 Sephardic JewsNearly 5,000 people have become citizens of Spain or Portugal thanks to laws on the naturalization of descendants of Sephardic Jews.
Rome synagogue security help deliver a baby on Yom Kippur eveTwo anti-terrorism military police helped a woman give birth to a baby girl on the street outside a Rome synagogue on Yom Kippur eve.
Muslim who killed Uruguayan Jew to avoid jailCourt rules that Muslim man who murdered a Jewish merchant in Uruguay cannot be held responsible for his crime by reason of insanity.
YU hackathon to feature Israeli startupsYeshiva University students will host their third annual hackathon on October 29 and 30.
NY Hebrew charter school network awarded $4.9M federal grantU.S. Department of Education gives a $4.9 million grant to a New York-based network of Hebrew-language charter schools.
Watch: Avraham Fried releases new single 'Atah Bechartanu'Avraham Fried performs "Atah Bechartanu" in a new single arranged by Eli Klein and Itzi Berry.
Study:anti-Semitic attacks in London underreportedNew study finds that anti-Semitic targeting of Haredim in London is grossly underreported.
Israeli filmmaker shows genocide through the eyes of its victimsYolanda Papini-Pollock releases documentary that shows genocide through survivor testimony.
New York Jewish newspaper endorses ClintonFor the first time in its history, The Jewish Week of New York endorses a presidential candidate - the Democratic one.
Axe-wielding man threatens British JewsA man carrying an axe made anti-Semitic threats to Jews near Manchester on Rosh Hashanah.
Independent presidential candidate names Jewish running mateIndependent U.S. presidential candidate Evan McMullin names Mindy Finn as running mate.
Thousands of children in Samaria voluntarily learn to prayBetween 2,000 and 3,000 children in Samaria participated in project to learn to pray the afternoon and evening prayers this past summer.
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No Jewish mother left behind'Birthright for Mothers' organization begins new campaign to bring women from countries with high levels of anti-Semitism to Israel.
Central Asia's Bukharian Jews thrive in DiasporaThe Bukharian Jews are a tight-knit community whose members have excelled both in making money and preserving their traditions.
Romania opens first state-run Holocaust MuseumRomania, which denied its role in the Holocaust for years, is to open the first state-run museum dedicated to the Jewish community.
Jewish economist Hart wins Nobel for business breakthroughsOliver Hart, a Jewish-American professor of economics at Harvard University, shares the Nobel Prize in economics.
New York Jewish cemetery vandalized with Nazi graffitiA Jewish cemetery in New York State’s Orange County was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti.
Judge issues restraining order on kapparot ritual in Irvine, CAPre-Yom Kippur ritual temporarily banned by federal judge in southern California city.
Israelis pray for well-being of Syria's civiliansShivi Froman spearheads campaign for Israeli Jews to pray for the well-being of Syrian civilians on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.
Shorter Birthright trip for young professionalsThe seven-day trip will allow young professionals to visit Israel for the first time without taking too much time off work.
Synagogue in Zhitomir, Ukraine, reopens for the holidaysThe building is the only remaining synagogue of the 54 that were there before the holocaust.
Who can compare with the late Rabbi Hanan Porat?Pinchas Wallerstein speaks about the greatness of Rabbi Hanan Porat on the fifth anniversary of his death
The hidden face of G-dIn a Dvar Torah, Dr. Frager explains the purpose of G-d 'hiding His face,' encourages tshuva.
Czech Jews slam volleyball team named for poison used by NazisCzech Jews protest the naming of a children’s volleyball team Cyklon B, after the poison that Nazis used to kill Jews.
Southern California Chabad sued over kapparotFederal lawsuit filed in Southern California calls for the halting of the pre-Yom Kippur ritual of kapparot.
Jewish Homeland Security official stepping downAlejandro Mayorkas, deputy Homeland Security secretary who works closely with the Jewish community, is stepping down.
'Limiting religion in public space is dangerous'Jewish leader in Geneva warns of “dangers” that would come from legislation that limits the role of religion in public space.
London man found guilty of anti-Semitic abuseMan who threatened to “kill all the Jews” at Stamford Hill found guilty of anti-Semitic abuse.