An Israeli man said a British Airbnb host refused to rent an apartment to him because, the host said, Israelis don’t respect “basic human rights.”
In a landmark decision, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that mikvahs in the country must open up to non-Orthodox conversion rites.
Jordan is refusing to extradite to France a man suspected of carrying out a deadly 1982 attack on a Jewish restaurant in Paris.
Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign defended an endorsement from a controversial pastor who has called Adolf Hitler a hunter “raised up” by God and actively seeks to convert Jews.
After Tourism Minister Yariv Levin called U.S. Reform Jews a “waning world” that was rife with assimilation, the movement fired back, with a planned meeting between the minister and representatives of the community reportedly being canceled.
A haredi Orthodox man burned a Reform prayer book while protesting a women’s prayer service at the Western Wall.
An Orthodox man was stabbed on a sidewalk in the Brooklyn neighborhood that is home to the Chabad-Lubavitch movement’s world headquarters.
[A German satirical movie about Adolf Hitler coming back to life in modern-day Germany will appear on the Netflix streaming service in April.
A Knesset subcomittee convened a session to discuss bias against Israel in the foreign media, following a controversial headline published by CBS.
The Central Synagogue of Aleppo sustained minor damage in fighting, according to photos provided by locals to an Israeli-American activist for peace in the war-torn country.