Bringing Jewish Women to the Leadership TableInterview: Orthodox Jewish NSA officer explains why women could contribute a lot to Orthodox Jewish leadership.
OU - More Than Just Kosher FoodArutz Sheva speaks to OU leaders as the organization holds its annual convention in New York to discuss issues of the Jewish community.
OU 'Adopts' Family of Murdered Druze OfficerHead of the OU in Israel visits family of Zidan Seif, tells them that communities in the United States will commemorate their son's memory.
US Slammed for Calling Land Purchase 'Occupation'Strong criticism leveled on White House 'harsh rhetoric' against Jerusalem housing plans, and false use of term 'occupation.'
Over 1,000 Attend Jerusalem OU Job FairOver 1,000 job seekers attended the fourth OU Job Fair in Israel, seeking positions offered by some 60 potential employers.
One Word for Six Million SoulsArutz Sheva radio host's poignant new book memorializing the 6 million Jewish Holocaust victims has caught international attention.
Dep. Minister Calls for Unified Kashrut StandardsRabbi Ben-Dahan in meeting with OU decries lack of unified standards in Jewish dietary laws, calls for enforcing chief rabbinate standards.
OU Concerned by Obama’s Backtrack on IranOrthodox Jewish group voices concern over Obama’s new policy on Iran.
Slain Brothers Remembered with Gifts for SoldiersTwo brothers who fell in combat are commemorated with holiday gifts for 1,000 soldiers.
OU - Not Only About Kashrut SupervisionRabbi Avi Berman, Director General of the OU, explains how the organization helps immigrants and IDF soldiers.
OU Provides Answers for the HolidayThe Orthodox Union’s two top rabbis are available to answer questions for its annual pre-Passover webcast, set for March 12 at 2:30 pm EDT.
Support for Pillar of Defense in New York, ParisThousands are rallying to support Israel's right to defend its citizens in the face of ongoing rocket fire from Gaza.
Twice-Bereaved Mother Tells OU Youths: I'm HappyMiriam Peretz, whose 2 sons died in combat, tells 1,200 NCSY youths: "In Israel, Jews walk proudly."
Torah Tidbits Celebrates 1000th IssueTorah Tidbits, one of the clearest and longest-lasting English voices for Torah and Aliyah, marked its 1000th issue in special celebration.
OU ‘Torah Club’ Youth Mark Carmel Fire DisasterIsraeli youth in OU “D’Oraita [Torah] Clubs marked the Carmel fire disaster by learning that putting out fires “is not so simple.”
The Safran Dreidel CollectionRabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran shares another look at one of loveliest and largest dreidel collections in the world with Arutz Sheva's readers.
Prayer Booklets Sent to US Jewish TroopsA shipment of 300 NCSY prayer booklets has gone on a special mission to U.S. Jewish troops serving in Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan and Korea.
OU Youth Enjoy "Day at the Bank"Dozens of Israeli teens in the OU’s Jack Gindi “Oraita” clubs around Israel were treated to a visit, tour and workshop at Bank Mizrachi-Tefachot.
The Safran Dreidel CollectionOne of the most beautiful private collections of Chanukah dreidels in the world belongs to a New York rabbi whose job has no connection to art.
Orthodox Opposition to PLO StateOrthodox Jewry in the United States is "fairly solid" in its opposition to a PLO state in the heartland of Israel.
Boycotting Anti-Yesha BoycottThe Orthodox Union (OU) and the legal aid Honenu organization teamed up to sell arts and crafts from Judea and Samaria. Israel TV was there.
NCSY Teens Train in JerusalemA new generation of “teen ambassadors” is training in Jerusalem this summer in ways to defend the State of Israel on college campuses.
Navy Commandos Visit Gush EtzionIsrael's naval Squadron 13 was hosted by the Israel OU Center in Gush Etzion this week to honor the troops' dedication to the Jewish State.
OU Israel Program for Deaf JewsThe Orthodox Union has formulated a new program to introduce one of the smallest minorities in the Jewish People to Israel.
OU Tackles ME Politics, KashrutThe Orthodox Union takes on Jewish issues ranging from the Iranian threat to kosher cooking oil.
Jews Slam Catholic MissionizingA document by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, suggesting that interfaith dialogue should be used to convert Jews, has alarmed US Jewry.
Support for PM's J'lem StandThe battle over Jewish rights in Jerusalem continued Tuesday with statements from the U.S. State Department and prominent Jewish groups.