This Tuesday, Torah Sages at annual prayer for parnassahTorah Sages gather to pray for parnassah on Tuesday before Torah reading on manna from heaven. They will have a limited list of names.
New Book Reveals Hundreds of Documents About Rebbe’s Early Life‘Early Years’ comprises 550 pages of insight-producing documents and photographs.
On cell phone boxes and orange peels'Every mission for which man comes down to the world is in order for him to take himself out of Egypt.'
OU rabbis: Women may not be rabbisOU Rabbinic Council rules that the 'broader context of Torah values' dictates that women cannot formally serve as rabbis or clergy.
Assemblyman Hikind attends summit on abuse in Jewish community‘We must continue to exhaust all efforts in spreading awareness and work together to ensure the safety of our youth.’
British Anti-Semitism rises to record levels1,309 incidents of anti-Jewish hate recorded in Britain in 2016, a record high.
Polish Jews send matzah to TV boss who read anti-Semitic poemJewish Community of Warsaw sends matzah to public television official accused of anti-Semitism.
JCC bomb threat probe hindered by tech disguisesHow do you catch the culprit when a person calls a Jewish institution, makes a bomb threat and hangs up?
The Doctors put a price tag on Mommy’s lifeThere is medicine that can prolong my wife's life, but we can't afford it and the sand in the hourglass is almost empty.
'You should be gassed for what you say on this campus'Jewish student at Beloit College, Wisconsin, received an anti-Semitic note on International Holocaust Memorial Day.
Modern U.S. Orthodox rabbis: Openly teach Orthodox principlesIn light of 'rapid and uncertain legal and cultural change,' RCA adopts resolution in favor of pro-active freedom of resolution.
Montreal's first Jewish mayor convicted of fraud and corruptionMontreal’s first Jewish mayor facing up to five years in prison after being convicted of fraud and corruption.
PM's wife: The Bible a favorite of myself and my familyPM's wife, Sara Netanyahu, told central Caucus to Encourage Bible Study conference of her relationship to the Book of Books.
Testimonies of the forgotten refugeesJewish refugees from Muslim countries recount their personal odysseys.
Brazil's president attends Holocaust remembrance servicePresident Michel Temer attended a service at the country's largest synagogue to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Jewish groups condemn attack on Quebec mosqueCentre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress, among groups to condemn shooting attack on a Quebec mosque.
Trump under fire over Holocaust Day statementJewish American groups criticize Trump for failing to specifically mention Jews in his statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
'Cancel the Western Wall reform plan'Haredi parties and Chief Rabbinate call on government to cancel deal granting Reform movement prayer space at Western Wall.
Conservative Movement to allow membership to non-Jews?March vote to determine whether Conservative congregations will be able to extend membership to non-Jews.
'None of us would be here if Dr. Helmy hadn't existed'Medical doctor becomes first Arab "Righteous among the Nations"; risked life to save Jews during Holocaust.
Remembering the HolocaustNew video testifies to Jewish suffering during the Holocaust, 72 years after the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
The truth about the elderly and the youngThe Israeli week that was.
Parshat Va'era - a Leader Must LeadWhat makes for leadership?
FBI investigating JCC bomb threats as hate crimeFBI briefs Jewish community leaders, says it is investigating recent rash of bomb threats to Jewish community centers as a hate crime.
Netanyahu: Trump understands the Iranian threatPrime Minister says world continues to be silent on Iran's genocidal ambitions, but Trump's inauguration may be harbinger of change.
'It is time to separate the Chief Rabbinate from politics'Rabbi David Stav, the Chairman of the Tzohar organization, says downfall of former Chief Rabbi not surprising, rabbinate harmed by politics.
Stephen P. Cohen, Middle East intermediary, dies at 71Stephen Philip Cohen, who served as a confidential intermediary between Israeli and Arab leaders, dies at 71.
Pope Francis prays for memory of Alberto NismanPope Francis tells former wife of late Argentine special prosecutor that he prays for his memory and their two daughters.
At Auschwitz, a Jewish journalist confronts his anti-Polish biasJTA writer with impressions from five-day journalists' seminar to Auschwitz.
Tzohar -with you in times of mourningTzohar launches Bereavement Program to accompany families in the Jewish burial and mourning process
Why Jerusalem is important to the Jewish peopleAri Abramowitz describes why Jerusalem is the heart of the Jewish people.
Study finds anti-Semitism is on the rise in PolandUniversity of Warsaw's Center for Research on Prejudice finds that Poland has seen a rise in anti-Semitism over the last two years.
Nazi hunter criticizes Israeli silence on Croatian distortionEfraim Zuroff says Israel is “abdicating its duty” to Holocaust survivors.
Paraphernalia of armed struggle against Israel sold on website'Redbubble' sells products produced by site users with designs urging to liberate Palestine and boycott Israel.
WJC Promotes Holocaust remembranceSurvivors share photographs from the Holocaust
Mayor of London fights rise of anti-Semitic attacksLondon's rise of anti-Semitic attacks forces Mayor Sadiq Khan to increase patrols around the city.
Mayor of London reads letter written by Holocaust survivorZigi Shipper, a young boy during the Holocaust, survived the Lodz ghetto and has a message for world.
Jewish playwright allegedly assaulted in WashingtonJewish playwright Jon Robin Baitz says he was assaulted in Washington by a man who shouted anti-Semitic invective.
Super Bowl to feature teams with Jewish ownersSuper Bowl LI will feature teams with Jewish owners for the first time since 2012.
'Shining Souls': Heroes of humanity during the HolocaustA moving exhibition opens at the European Parliament for International Holocaust Remembrance day.
Spiritual awakening convention closes in ConnecticutThousands joined Saturday night as 'Dirshu' Conference draws to end
WATCH: Hundreds join memorial ceremony for murdered girlHundreds join memorial ceremony for 10-year-old Australian girl killed in Friday ramming attack.
World B'nei Akiva: Strengthen Jewish youth's ties to IsraelWorld B'nei Akiva responds to antisemitism report, calls on Jewish communities to serve as 'faithful ambassadors' of Judaism and Israel.
'Maimonides Shabbat' held in TiberiasMaimonides Heritage Center President Rabbi Yamin Levi tells of his personal connection with Rambam's (Maimonides) heritage.
When Will the World Finally Repay the Jews?The Book of Shemot is the Dawn of a New Age for the Jewish People.
Rabbis visit Montana to thank local authorities for supportOrthodox rabbis from the U.S. and Canada thank Montana officials for their support of the Jewish community.
Tributes to Nisman held on two-year anniversary of his deathTwo years after death of Alberto Nisman, organizers of tributes to him appear hopeful that the circumstances of his death will be clarified.
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.