Arab Israeli Conflict
Hi Tech News
The Council of Young Jewish Presidents wants the next generation of philanthropists prepared for the job.
Osem has embarked on a campaign to get Heinz, which accounts for about a third of Israeli ketchup sales, off supermarket shelves.
“Like Oskar Schindler, Frits used the argument that the Jews he employed were indispensable to company production.”
As reports emerge about Trump's plan to nix the Antisemitism Envoy post the same week Press Secretary Spicer made a controversial Hitler remark, the White House faces accusations of antisemitism.
By JOY BERNARD
Referring to the arrest of the disgraced former journalist suspected of making bomb threats, ADL NY leader Bernstein heeded against the 'unprecedented' wave of antisemitism in the US.
In a rare move, the US Federal Communications Commission granted a temporary waiver to JCCs and telecommunications carriers to help track down calls threatening the centers.
Archbishop of Palermo to hand over ownership of the facility, where Great Synagogue once stood.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
A Warsaw university student went on an antisemitic tirade. His classmates, in turn, flocked to the local menorah lighting event to spread light and oppose the negative commentary.
From Germany to France to the Netherlands, Jewish communities insist to continue Hanukkah celebrations despite security risks: "It's our way of driving out the darkness that is terrorism."
After reports started circulating, claiming that the Danish Medical Association was pushing for legislation against the practice on anyone under the age of 18, Denmark chief rabbi fights back.
"I am insanely lucky to be alive," the 45-year-old says after being hospitalized.
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
According to the court, restricting shechita by insisting that animals be stunned before slaughter would contravene Belgium’s constitution requiring freedom of religion to be upheld.
By JEREMY SHARON,JTA
Clinton and Jewish husband Marc Mezvinsky welcome baby boy.
Please insert a valid email address