(JTA) — An accident involving a mini-bus bringing Jewish campers home from a trip in Pennsylvania injured at least nine teenagers. The Brooklyn-bound bus flipped over and rolled onto its side around 2:30 a.m. Friday on Route 423 in the Pocono Mountains, News 12 Brooklyn reported. The driver, identified as Bernard Zitroenbaum, 32, of Brooklyn,…
(JTA) — A top Democratic National Committee official reportedly suggested in May that “someone” should draw attention to Bernie Sanders’ atheist beliefs. In an email leaked Friday by Wikileaks Brad Marshall, the DNC’s chief financial officer suggested that the party should “get someone to ask” about “his” religious beliefs, The Intercept reported. “It might [make]…
A wide variety of kosher foods have disappeared from grocery shelves in Vermont after the state’s strict GMO labeling law went into effect July 1.
On a night marked by discord, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called for religious freedom and blasted the Iran nuclear deal in a controversial speech.
Two Orthodox Jewish beatboxers failed to advance on “America’s Got Talent” after wowing the judges in the initial round of the TV competition.
Israel and the Republic of Guinea, a predominantly Muslim nation in Africa, have renewed diplomatic relations after 49 years.
The family of the man who went on a deadly stabbing spree at last year’s Jerusalem Pride parade has been banned from the city during this year’s march after being detained by police.
The U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem issued a warning Tuesday to American citizens to “exercise caution” at the city’s gay pride parade.
An Israeli art college removed a student’s painting from a year-end exhibit that depicted a naked woman with the face of Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.
A 12-year-old Palestinian boy reportedly was killed by Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank.