Supporting Donald Trump in the American-Jewish community can come at a steep price, admits Elise Freedman
The Jewish community is split on how it should respond to a weekend of white nationalist rallies in the San Francisco area.
Across the United States, Jews are gathering in anticipation of the historic Great American Eclipse.
A 14-year-old member describes severe abuse at the hands of men in Lev Tahor.
“Welcome to BDS News! Where we pretend to care about Palestinians, but really just want to see Israel disappear!”
Speculation was rife, as to whether the Trumps would obey the gender separation rule
Richard Gere says his decision to travel to Jerusalem last week for the Israeli premiere of his new film, ‘Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer,’ wasn’t easy.
There was horror and befuddlement in some quarters after Donald Trump slammed a young ultra-Orthodox reporter who first flattered the U.S. president by using the Yiddish name for grandfather and then pitched him a softball: a chance to speak out against incidents of anti-Semitism.
It’s a revelation that’s shaking up Israel’s political and media worlds as intensely as reports of a proposed secret deal between Donald Trump, CNN and Fox News would rock the United States.
It looks like a slick military recruiting video – exciting background music pulsing in the background, soldiers in training wearing camouflage and face masks crawling through the mud as a commander urges them on, wielding rifles as they ambush an enemy in the wilderness, and, at the end, an Israeli flag waving patriotically in the background with the message to “Enlist Now” printed across the screen.