Dialogue and Identity pairs Jewish and Arab schools and teaches students about tolerance through a series of meetings about Israel's different religions.
The more it comes to topics that are rife with shame, the more challenging it can be to say the words that need to be spoken aloud.
During Guardian of the Walls, a withering seam was indicated in the strong fabric between US Jewry and Israeli Jewry.
Project Debater told its human counterpart, "I heard you hold the world record in debate competition wins against humans, but I suspect you've never debated a machine. Welcome to the future."
Veisaite, who against the odds became a scholar of literature, theater, and the Holocaust, as well as a human rights activist, died on December 11 of COVID-19.
Since Israel’s establishment in 1948, it has endured hostility and isolation from most of its neighbors and the region.
Hate and intolerance are on the rise, as racists, xenophobes and antisemites have come out from the shadows of society.
How did it feel for a Jewish boy from Brooklyn who lives half the year in Jerusalem to meet the Pope?
As a Jewish gang leader in Berlin in his youth, Arye Sharuz Shalicar suffered harsh antisemitism from Muslim immigrants. Today he promotes Jewish-Muslim friendship and German-Israeli ties
Muslims and Jews have increasingly become targets of prejudice and violence, according to a release by the American Jewish Committee.