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With security risks high, ZAKA360 asks for help

ZAKA360 are preparing for future risks by helping their volunteers return to work, after many grapple with intense trauma due to October 7. They need your help.

With security risks high, ZAKA360 asks for help

London: Knife-wielding man arrested in Jewish neighborhood

Police and the local Shomrim chapter have detained an individual in the Jewish community of Golders Green in London.

Knife-wielding man arrested in Jewish neighborhood

100-year-old Holocaust survivor: 'We see it could happen again - because it did'

Since October 7th, 100-year-old Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert has been subjected to death and rape threats. Her great-grandson warns that antisemitism 'did not die with the liberation of Auschwitz.'

'We see it could happen again - because it did'

Canadian synagogue vandalized, police investigating

Multiple windows of a New Brunswick synagogue were shattered. Police are investigating the possibility of a hate crime.

Canadian synagogue vandalized, police investigating

EJA chairman: 'Never Again is now'

Rabbi Menachem Margolin, chairman of the EJA, summarizes the organization's conference in Poland: 'Europe is ready to be much more serious against antisemitism."

'Never Again is now'

Biden: We must push back against attempts to minimize the horrors of October 7

US President issues statement ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day: The alarming rise of despicable antisemitism at home and abroad is unacceptable.

'Push back against attempts to minimize October 7'

Meet the photographer who brings out the soldiers' smiles

Menachem Geisinsky, who runs the 'Smiling Soldiers' project, talks with Hadassah Chen about his unique project, and the over 15,000 stories it has told.

Meet the man who brings out the soldiers' smiles

Poland: Suspect arrested for defiling grave of Beis Yaakov founder

According to the local police, the suspect stole equipment from a construction company that was performing maintenance work in the cemetery and on his way out he knocked over the tombstones.

Suspect arrested for defiling Jewish teacher's grave

France: '1000% rise in antisemitism since October 7th'

Crif today published full report on antisemitic incidents in France, showing a 1000% rise in antisemitism since October 7th"

'1000% rise in antisemitism since October 7th'

Watch: Hassidic cantor sings prayer for safety of IDF soldiers

American Hassidic singer and cantor Shulem Lemmer sings a prayer for the safety of IDF soldiers, after hearing about the collapse of the buildings in Gaza, killing 21 soldiers.

Hassidic cantor sings prayer for safety of IDF

New analysis: Around 245,000 Holocaust survivors left

Number of living Holocaust survivors is about 245,000, according to new analysis by Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

Around 245,000 Holocaust survivors left

Singer Lipa Schmeltzer injured in car accident

Lipa Schmeltzer hits guardrail on way to wedding, gives praise to G-d: 'I am leaving here thanks to miracles.'

Singer Lipa Schmeltzer injured in car accident

Jewish groups aim to break record for longest challah

A 35-foot challah in NYC attempts to break a Guinness World Record.

Jewish groups aim to break longest-challah record

US journalist and social media influencer: Gen Z needs an awakening

Emily Austin, social media influencer: "You'd be surprised how many students don't know Hamas is a terror group. They think it's just a war between Israel and Hamas, not realizing they're right up next.”

'Gen Z needs an awakening'

EU mission hosts man who survived Holocaust and 10/7

EU Ambassador Dimiter Tzantchev opens “Humans of the Holocaust” photo exhibition by Erez Kaganovitz, honors Haim Raanan, who survived Budapest Ghetto during the Shoah and co-founded Kibbutz Be’eri.

EU mission hosts man who survived Holocaust and 10/7

Elon Musk: 'Sometimes I think, ‘Am I Jewish?’'

X (Twitter) Chairman addresses first major Jewish conference to Auschwitz since 10/07.

'Sometimes I think, ‘Am I Jewish?’'

Religious Zionist rabbi: 'Judaism and Islam can find common ground'

Rabbi Oury Cherki, who instructs communities around the world in the Noahide Laws of Judaism, wrote to Islamic leaders to tell them that there was still a chance for their faith to be accepted in the world.

'Judaism and Islam can find common ground'

Watch: Elon Musk visits Auschwitz-Birkenau

Musk is participating in the European Jewish Association conference in Krakow together with senior political figures from 25 European countries.

Elon Musk visits Auschwitz-Birkenau

Emergency Appeal: Saving Young Lavi's Life – Your Help is Vital

Eight-year-old Lavi's once-healthy life took a tragic turn over a year ago when he began experiencing pains and medical difficulties.

Support the cause: Child's life hangs in the balance

London: Three Israelis attacked while speaking Hebrew

Three Israelis attacked in an antisemitic incident. Local police ignored their call and responded: 'We’re busy. Try to calm down.'

Three Israelis attacked while speaking Hebrew

Brooklyn: Jewish couple stabbed to death, son in custody

Boro Park residents Jacob and Rachel Sperber were stabbed on Saturday night and were taken to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. Police arrested their son, who is said to be 'disturbed,' at the scene.

Jewish couple stabbed to death, son in custody

Watch: Matisyahu takes the stage at start of rally to bring hostages home

Jewish singer Matisyahu performs at start of hostage families' demonstration. 'You have my voice, and all we're thinking about is the return of the hostages.'

Matisyahu kicks off rally to bring hostages home

World Jewish Congress rep.: 'War against lies is a daily battle'

World Jewish Congress rep. Sara Friedman tells Arutz Sheva that the rise of antisemitism all over the world has exploded. 'We're working to help everyone have a global Jewish voice.'

'War against lies is a daily battle'

Rabbi Yanki Jacobs, Holland: 'Not hiding my Jewish identity, proud of who I am!'

Rabbi Jacobs, Chabad Holland: 'Whatever is going to come out of the Hague is going to say more about the Hague than it's going to say about Israel. That should be clear. We should be proud of who we are.'

'Not hiding my Jewish identity, proud of who I am!'

Grave of Bais Yaakov founder desecrated

Nazi slogans and symbols were sprayed into the historic grave of Sarah Schenirer near Krakow, Poland.

Grave of Bais Yaakov founder desecrated

Matisyahu lands in Israel, goes straight to south

Jewish Reggae singer and musician Matisyahu tours site of Nova music festival where hundreds were murdered and kidnapped in visit to Jewish State following the Hamas massacre.

Matisyahu lands in Israel, goes straight to south

Concerning data: 1,753% increase in far-left antisemitism

CAM’s Antisemitism Research Center (ARC) found a 1,753% increase in incidents of far-left antisemitism in the fourth quarter of 2023, compared to the third quarter.

1,753% increase in far-left antisemitism

South Africa removes Jewish cricketeer as U-19 captain, cites 'safety concerns'

Jewish cricketeer David Teeger stripped of his title as South Africa’s captain at Under-19 World Cup, following pro-Israel comments he made.

S. Africa removes Jewish cricketeer as U-19 captain

Report: Chabad students hired migrants to build tunnel

Members of the congregation describe how the project began with a handful of students and grew with donations from the congregation.

Chabad students hired migrants to build tunnel

Jewish students sue Harvard University over campus antisemitism

Six students accuse Harvard of allowing its campus to become a bastion of rampant antisemitism.

Jewish students sue Harvard University

3 Months In, ZAKA Volunteer Still Stuck in the Past

As the public slowly adapts to the current situation, a ZAKA volunteer still can’t move on

3 Months In, ZAKA Volunteer Still Stuck in the Past

AJC survey: US Jews feel less safe after October 7

American Jewish Committee says 78% of American Jews who heard about the Hamas massacre in southern Israel have felt less safe since then.

US Jews feel less safe after October 7

South Africa's Chief Rabbi: Put the UN on trial

Rabbi Warren Goldstein says the United Nations and its institutions have a credibility they do not deserve, and have become a threat to freedom and democracy.

South Africa's Chief Rabbi: Put the UN on trial

Jewish teens from across an ocean come together to learn

2024 teens from NCSY Israel gathered with visiting students from Ida Crown Jewish Academy in Chicago for a unique Pizza and Parsha event.

Jewish teens from across an ocean meet and learn

NYC engineers: Tunnel at 770 undermined stability of 2 buildings

Tunnel at Chabad headquarters stretches 60 feet, NYC investigators discover.

Tunnel at 770 undermined stability of 2 buildings

WJC Pres.: Genocide charge used as propaganda to delegitimize Israel, spread antisemitism

Amb. Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, condemns South African government's attempt to charge Israel with genocide at The Hague.

'Genocide charge propaganda to delegitimize Israel'

'Real Talk' with 'That Jewish Family'

Meeting That Jewish Family for an interview was an exciting opportunity for me to delve deeper into the lives and experiences of this renowned social media sensation.

'Real Talk' with 'That Jewish Family'

Israeli-owned restaurant in Times Square to get kosher certification

Eyal Shani’s fast-casual Times Square restaurant is going kosher.

Israeli-owned restaurant to get kosher certification

Crown Heights: 12 arrested in brawl at 770

Twelve arrested as fracas breaks out over tunnel at Chabad headquarters.

Crown Heights: 12 arrested in brawl at 770

Man arrested over antisemitic assault north of Toronto

34-year-old arrested after four Jewish adults were attacked while walking home from synagogue in city of Vaughan.

Man arrested over antisemitic assault

Master Hilchos Issur v’Heter in an Online Program

Based on HaGaon Rav Yitzchak Berkovits’s Smicha Curriculum

Master Hilchos Issur v’Heter in an Online Program

Riot at 770 as police seal secret tunnel

Chabad worshipers violently clashed with police who attempted to seal a tunnel dug under the historic 770 synagogue.

Riot at 770 as police seal secret tunnel

High school basketball coach, player expelled for antisemitism

A coach and player for a Yonkers basketball team were dismissed from their school after shouting antisemitic comments at a Jewish opponent.

Basketball coach, player expelled for antisemitism

Jewish UK Defense Secretary's daughter drops university course due to antisemitism

The daughter of Defense Secretary Grant Shapps says she felt unsafe following anti-Israel protests at the University of Leeds.

UK Minister's daughter drops uni course due to antisemitism

YU President to Arutz Sheva: 'We will have to fight antisemitism every step of the way'

Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman, president of Yeshiva University, tells how his institution is representing Israel throughout the world.

'We will have to fight antisemitism every step of the way'

Donation campaign: A Jewish prisoner is surrounded by Antisemites

Yehuda Schoenfeld's family fears for his life.

A Jewish prisoner is surrounded by Antisemites

MIT Jewish alumni urge donors to withhold donations

The initiative aims to force the university's administration to crack down more forcefully on campus antisemitism.

MIT Jewish alumni urge donors to withhold donations

Rabbi Matisyahu Chaim Salomon, BMG mashgiach, passes away

US Jewry mourns passing of Rabbi Matisyahu Chaim Salomon, mashgiach of Lakewood's Bais Medrash Govoha.

Rabbi Matisyahu Chaim Salomon, BMG mashgiach, passes away

Haredim taken off plane: 'Imbalance in weight'

Three haredi passengers removed from flight after changing seats for religious reasons. 'This is a violation because of weight imbalance.

Haredim taken off plane: 'Imbalance in weight'

7 killed killed in rocket strike on synagogue in India

Knesset Diaspora Affairs Committee demands govt. act to bring Bnei Menashe to Israel after members killed in going ethnic conflict.

7 killed in rocket strike on synagogue in India

Australia: Jewish doctor assaulted while helping unconcious man

An Australian Jewish doctor was helping a man who had collapsed in the street - who woke up and immediately assaulted the doctor.

Jewish doctor assaulted while helping unconcious man

Jewish actor assaulted in Los Angeles

Beverly Hills 90210 actor Ian Ziering was surrounded and beaten by a group of individuals riding motorized bikes.

Jewish actor assaulted in Los Angeles

Ukraine: Jewish man killed in rocket barrage in Kharkiv

30-year-old Artem Reznik killed in a rocket attack on the city on Friday morning.

Jewish man killed in rocket barrage in Kharkiv

Next generation of Diaspora leadership shows solidarity in special visit to Israel

'These are the best among Jewish leadership, it's important that they how to tell the truth to he world,' WZO official says.

Future Jewish leaders show solidarity in Israel trip

President of Lebanon's Jewish community dies at 80

Isaac Arazi, who pushed for the rehabilitation of Beirut's abandoned synagogue, has died.

President of Lebanon's Jewish community dies at 80

YU President meets US Representative to discuss campus antisemitism

Leaders encourage students who are subjected to intimidation on the basis of their religion to take immediate action.

YU Pres. meets US Representative to discuss campus antisemitism




























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