74% of French Jews Consider Leaving Country

    Nearly 75 percent of thousands of French Jews who participated in a recent survey said they are considering emigrating.

    Settler Runners Barred From West Bank 'Peace Run'

    A group of six Israeli runners reportedly was excluded from the West Bank portion of a regional long-distance run.

    Stand Her Ground: Fired New York Times editor Jill Abramson is not backing down in her feud with publisher Arthur Sulzberger. And she’s not getting rid of her famed ‘T’ tattoo, either.

    Jill Abramson Strikes Defiant Tone in New York Times Feud

    Ousted New York Times editor Jill Abramson struck a defiant note in her first public remarks since the newspaper fired her.

    Lebanon Synagogue Reopens After $1M Spruce Up

    Beirut’s only synagogue is set to reopen following a five-year renovation.

    Knesset Bill Would Allow Jewish Prayer on Temple Mount

    Two MKs from Likud and Labor have collaborated to propose a law that would allow Jews to pray on the Temple Mount.