What you can do to help prevent stabbing attacks in IsraelHelp ZAKA protect its first responders with stab-resistant gear.
Zionist icon Jabotinsky honored at AFSI eventStanding-room only crowd hosts Ronn Torossian and Aryeh King, hears how Jews are moving back into the Old City.
Retrieving holiness from the ExileThe Jewish People absorb the sparks of holiness from each of their wanderings.
Congressman who called 'settlers' termites meets local JewsRep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) meets Jewish leaders in Atlanta after apologizing for likening Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria to termites.
Religious courts chief: Give rabbis bachelor's degreesRabbi Shimon Jacoby is demanding the academic recognition of rabbinical licenses. "These highly-educated people...can only help the public."
1000 Russian-speaking Birthright participants celebrate IsraelWohl Centre event showcases Russian-speakers’ contributions to Israeli film, media, art, politics and technology landscape.
Joseph Wilf, Holocaust survivor and philanthropist, dies at 91Joseph Wilf, a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor and founder of one of the country’s largest real estate development companies, dies at 91.
Church of Scotland, Jewish community to 'repair' relationsChurch of Scotland and the Scottish Jewish community planning formal talks to “repair the damage” caused by 2013 church report.
Jewish Navy SEAL wins GOP primary for Missouri governorEric Greitens, a Jewish former Navy SEAL, wins the Republican Party primary for Missouri governor.
Anti-Semitism in Britain up 11%Watchdog group says anti-Semitic incidents in Britain increased by 11% in the first six months of 2016.
Parents of actor Anton Yelchin to sue over his deathParents of Russian-Jewish actor Anton Yelchin are planning to sue Fiat Chrysler over the wrongful death of their son.
Sex offender demands restraining order for Rabbi who exposed himYona Weinberg, a convicted sex offender, files request with court to prevent Rabbi from raising awareness about his offenses.
Jewish veterans group slams TrumpJewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. condemns Trump’s “objectionable remarks” about the family of a Muslim-American soldier killed in Iraq.
Historic Jewish site near Mosul at risk of collapsingNahum's tomb, an ancient Jewish site located just 30 miles from ISIS-controlled Mosul, at risk of collapsing.
No discipline for NYPD officers who helped with proposalNew York City police officers who staged a fake traffic stop as part of a Jewish couple's wedding proposal won't face disciplinary action.
Venice welcomes back Shylock in marking its Jewish historyNew version of Shakespeare’s controversial play marks the 500th anniversary of the imposition of the Venetian Ghetto.
Does Jewish historian's rejection of Zionism signal trend?Polls show that young Jews are growing more critical of Israeli policy. What to do?
7 things to know about the Jews of BrazilAs the attention of the world turns to Rio for the Olympics, Jews take a big part in organizing the enormous event.
In wake of terror wave: 145 make Aliyah from FranceFleeing recent terror wave and rising anti-Semitism in France, 145 people make Aliyah from Paris, Marseilles, Toulouse, Lyon and Nice.
'Neo-Nazis are emailing me links to Haaretz op-eds'Top American journalist Jeffrey Goldberg clashes with news outlet Haaretz on Twitter over what he calls their 'cartoonish anti-Israelism'.
Family forced to live in sukkahA family with three small children, who can't afford rent, is living in their sukkah.
Reaction to 'Lenny the hugger': 'Is this guy crazy?'"Americans for a Safe Israel" says Jew who hugged terrorist's daughter has been brainwashed - like many US Jews.
Boston-area Moishe House seriously damaged in fireCommunal home serving the Jewish social justice group Moishe Kavod House in Boston seriously damaged in a fire.
Republicans and Democrats diverge on 'Jewish' issuesOn the differences between Democrats and Republicans.
2016 Olympics: Israel's largest-ever delegation ready for RioIsraeli delegation set to compete in Rio de Janeiro Olympics beginning Friday, hoping to bring home some medals after missing out in 2012.
Real-life 'Pianist' family wins defamation appealThe family of the late Jewish-Polish protagonist of the film "The Pianist" wins appeal against defamation of their father.
Bennett: We're losing millions of Jews to assimilationMinister of Education and Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennett blesses diaspora emissaries: 'Work hard to save another Jew.'
Jewish NBA star brings friends to Israel to fight BDSIsraeli NBA star Omri Casspi to arrive in Israel with fellow NBA players on Thursday as part of a public relations campaign for Israel.
Jewish Agency interim report shows drop in French aliyahJewish immigration from France to Israel decreased by 32 percent in the first half of 2016 compared to the corresponding period last year.
Pope Francis becomes newest Krakow JCC memberPope Francis is the newest member of the Krakow Jewish Community Center.
Watch: NYPD officers help Jewish man with wedding proposalThree New York Police Department police officers stage a fake traffic stop as part of a Jewish man's wedding proposal.
2016 Olympics: 7 Jewish American Olympians to watch in RioGabe Friedman gives a run-down on 7 star Jewish athletes competing for the US in the Olympics this summer.
Winners of Jewish Culture Prize for literature announcedThis years winners: the authors Haim Sabato and Sarah Friedland.
Head of Berlin Jewish community denies voter fraud accusationsElection scandal divides Berlin's Jewish community with accusations of voter fraud.
On the Shloshim of Dr. Irving Moskowitz Z'LPinchas was a whole man, encompassing both this world and the next.
Former Rabbi of Aleppo, Syria, dies in New York at 93Rabbi Yom Tov Yedid, formerly the Rabbi of the ancient Jewish community of Aleppo, dies after a distinguished career in Torah scholarship.
Jewish Week Media Group to publish New Jersey Jewish NewsNew York-based Jewish Week Media Group will soon begin publishing the New Jersey Jewish News.
'Wonder Woman' Gal Gadot attacked as 'Zionist' on TwitterIsraeli actress Gal Gadot comes to prominence as 'Wonder Woman' trailer spreads online; some Twitter users don't like her 'Zionism'.
Ted Cruz aide not a candidate for Yeshiva U presidentYeshiva University says senior Ted Cruz adviser Nick Muzin is not a candidate for the university's next president.
Belgian tennis player: 'You all should have been gassed'Belgian tennis club suspends player who told a Jewish competitor on the court, “All of you should have been gassed.”
Scottish Jews feeling more uncomfortable, less safeJews in Scotland are feeling greater unease living in their country over the past few years, finds report by local Jewish umbrella group.
Bader Ginsburg attends 'Merchant of Venice' in city's ghettoSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attends Shakespeare play being performed on the spot where some of the action takes place.
Ex-RI Democratic Party chief and close friend of Clintons diesMark Weiner, prominent Rhode Island Democratic fundraiser and close friend of the Clintons, dies at 62.
Yes, I’m a Democrat married to a RepublicanYes, Republicans and Democrats can get along.
Jewish philanthropist Marcus Katz passes away at 89Katz donated large sums to many Israeli and Zionist causes and worked his whole life to strengthen ties between Israel and the diaspora.
Firebombs hurled at hassidic luminary's grave in UkraineGrave of Arye Leib, disciple of 'Maggid' of Mezeritch, desecrated by firebombs.
Sarah Silverman to Bernie backers: 'You're being ridiculous'Sarah Silverman chews out backers of Bernie Sanders after they would not stop chanting his name at the Democratic National Convention.
Jewish Democrats launching superPAC to counter RepublicansJewish Democrats setting up a superPAC to defend Clinton and other candidates from "Sheldon Adelson-funded onslaught".
EJC: France attack is an attack on all religionsHead of the European Jewish Congress condemns ISIS attack on a church in Normandy.
88-year-old rabbi injured at Coast Guard can sue governmentFederal court ruling will allow an 88-year-old New York rabbi to proceed with a negligence lawsuit against the U.S. government.
Democrats scramble for unique message that appeals to JewsDemocrats acknowledge that targeted messaging is a challenge for Jewish voters, particularly young Jewish voters.
Democrats seek unity on Israel, but cracks begin to showCracks are showing on one issue that Democrats have long been united on: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
For Jews of Nice, terrorist attack comes as no surpriseBastille Day attack in Nice came as no surprise to many locals, including many of the city’s 20,000 Jews.
New report shows dramatic rise in US anti-SemitismA new ADL report presented to the Knesset shows a dramatic rise in violent anti-Semitic assaults in the US.
Dutch magnate: Family 'heartless' in treatment of Nazi-era JewsDutch textile magnate says his predecessors "behaved in a heartless manner" during the Holocaust.Ho
Baseball prospect Alex Bregman to make MLB debut for AstrosAlex Bregman, Jewish player and one of Major League Baseball’s top prospects, has been called up by the Houston Astros.
Yeshiva U search for a new president: Ted Cruz aide the answer?Deputy chief of staff for Ted Cruz's presidential campaign reportedly a candidate for Yeshiva University's new president.