EU Jews Try to Prevent 2nd ClashReactions to Gaza flotilla clash continue: European Union Jews work to prevent a second round, South Africa condemns Israel.
New Center Will Study Euro JewryThe Kantor Center, the first of its kind, for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry was inaugurated at Tel Aviv University Monday.
Purim Begins in JerusalemPurim festivities that began Saturday night continued Sunday evening when Jerusalem began celebrating the deliverance of Jews in ancient Persia.
Purim Preparations WorldwideJewish communities around the world are preparing for the festive Purim holiday. Parades, parties and more in the works.
Peres Ties 10 Commandments, NanoJews are as old as the Ten Commandments and as new as nano-technology, says President Peres. "A great call for Jewish spiritual revival" exists.
Basketball Star Tells of ReturnDoron Sheffer, one of Israel’s greatest basketball players, shared his story of return to religious observance with a group of Jewish educators.
MK Turns Consumer Law 'Kosher'A new Knesset law dealing with the consumer's right to cancel phone transactions is now "kosher," thanks to the intervention of a Knesset member
US Report Nixes Jewish IsraelAn anti-missionary group in Israel accuses the State Department of issuing a report critical of Israel's Jewish nature.
Doing Kaparot with KindnessAt Kollel Chabad, volunteers ensure that the traditional Kaparot are done without any mistreatment of birds used in the ritual.
Study: Fewer Observant US JewsThe number of American Jews who see themselves as religious dropped 20 percent in 20 years. 3.4 million U.S. Jews call themselves religious.