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.
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.
In post-Brexit Scotland, Jews warm up to leaving UKScotland and its Jews are preparing for Britain's exit from the EU.
Rollercoaster flies off tracks in Scotland, wounding 7Rollercoaster carrying 10 at M&D theme park flies off of tracks, hurdles into toddler's ride, wounding at least 7.
"United" Kingdom in jeopardy: 59% of Scots want outNew poll shows substantial majority in Scotland supporting independence from UK in wake of Brexit referendum result
Anti-BDS UK student accused of violating 'safe space' rulesBDS tyranny? Imogen Wilson of Edinburgh University now under investigation - for raising her hand in protest to BDS motion.
Scottish anti-Israel activist jailed for acid attackScott Harrison's victim said she felt her face 'melting' during horrific attack in Glasgow last year.
Who murdered the infant whale?Investigation into death of young pilot whale prompts maritime experts to reveal the 'dark side' of dolphins, who are suspected in attack.
Scottish Man to Serve Six Months for Anti-Semitic Facebook Post23 year-old deliberately targeted Jewish woman, sending her photo with Nazi flag in retaliation for being banned from seeing her son.
Nazi POW Camp Slated to Become Tourist TrapScotland camp where Rudolf Hess stayed to offer 'unique' vacation bunkers for tourists; project being hailed as preserving history.
Scotland's Leader Steps Down Following ReferendumScotland’s first minister, Alex Salmond, will stand down after failing to secure a majority for independence in Thursday's referendum.
Scotland Rejects IndependenceWith two council areas left to go, "No" vote has already surpassed the amount needed to seal a decisive 55%-45% victory.
Scotland on Track to Reject Leaving the UKWith majority of votes counted, BBC projects 55% vote not to part ways with the UK.
Scottish Jews Nervous on Eve of Independence VoteJews in Scotland fear a 'Yes' vote for independence on Thursday could mean a more hostile atmosphere for Israel - and for them.
Scotland a Week Away from Independence?Poll just ahead of Sept. 18 referendum shows support for break away from UK has majority for first time, in dramatic voting shift.
Fortune 500 Company Boycotts Glasgow Over Palestinian FlagVP cancels six-day trip to Scottish city after its council flies PLO flag 'in solidarity with Gaza.'
Israeli Actors Protest Scottish Festival BanScotland cancels Israeli show in art festival over Gaza operation, silent protest play booed by 200 anti-Israel protesters.
Israel's UK Ambassador Condemns Offensive Church PaperOutrage causes Church of Scotland to agree to reword report that questioned the divine right of Jews to Israel.
Anti-Israel Protesters 'Occupy' Roof of Scottish ParliamentAnti-Israel protesters, who sought to “occupy” the roof of Scottish parliament, have been charged by police.
Gordon Brown Signals An Active Role In The Scottish No CampaignGordon Brown entered the Scottish referendum debate with a bang.
Scottish Nationalists Assumed Automatic EU Membership - Not SoSalmond's assumption that EU membership for an independent Scotland was automatic was challenged by the Spanish foreign minister.
Cameron-Salmond Deal Clears Way For Independence ReferendumDavid Cameron and Alex Salmond split the differences between them and Scotland will vote on independence
Plan To Replace British Nuclear Subs Attacked On All SidesThe plan to replace Britain's aging Trident program has aroused antagonism in many quarters.
Anti-Semitic Remarks on Facebook Prompt Police ArrestsPolice in Glasgow, Scotland arrested six people over anti-Semitic remarks on Facebook that mocked the Jewish community of Giffnock.
Scottish Nationalists And The UK Government Invoke Vox PopuliThe Scottish Nationalists have retreated on the consultation issue and will not record the preference of anonymous voters.
Cameron and Salmond Wrangle Over Referendum Timing and TermsLondon and Edinburgh are in a chess match over the timing and wording of an independence referendum.
Scottish 1st MInister Summons Cameron to Explain UK's EU PolicyThe Scottish Nationalists are seeking to exploit David Cameron's rift with Brussels. They are summoning him to provide explanations.
Salmond Solicits Arab Investment for Scottish Energy ProjectsScottish First Minister Alex Salmond solicited Arab investment in Scottish energy that will he predicts be a major export industry.
Both Sides Appeal to Scottish Economic SensitivitiesAs the polls demonstrate growing support for Scottish independence economic arguments pro and con are targeting the Scots.
St. Andrews Anti-Semitism Victim Donates Court Award to FogelsA Yeshiva University student victim of anti-Semitism at Scotland's St. Andrews University decides to give his court award to the Fogels.
English Question Extra Spending Going to ScotlandAccording to official figures government spending in Scotland is higher than in England. This is arousing resentment in England.
Edinburgh City Council Says Enough to TramsEdinburgh's city council is in a battle with the Scottish government over the Edinburgh tram line.
Call Issued to Boycott Scottish WhiskeyJewish organization fed up with Scottish boycotts of Israel, calls U.S. synagogues to boycott whiskey brands made in Scotland.
EJC Speaks Out Against Scotland Ban of Israeli ProductsThe European Jewish Congress speaks out against a ban on Israeli books and products in Scotland, says such acts are "reminiscent of darker times."
US Senators' Report Slams Britain and Scotland on LockerbieFour US senators' report claims that commercial considerations prompted the release of the Lockerbie bomber from a Scottish prison.
Scotland: Targeting Israelis for Protest is not Anti-SemiticScottish sheriff finds that targeting Israeli citizens for protest is not anti-Semitic or illegal.
Paper Delves into Scottish Jewish LifeThe Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs releases a detailed study of Jewish life in Scotland.