One hundred Torah scrolls that were looted from Hungary during World War II were discovered in Russia by a chief rabbi of Hungary.
Presbyterians who engage in dialogue with Jewish groups are scrambling to undo what they say is the damage caused by a congregational study guide assailing Zionism distributed by a group affiliated with their denomination.
The umbrella body for the West Bank settlement movement launched a website satirizing attempts by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to broker a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.
A comedy sketch on Norway’s public broadcasting television satirized the banning of Jews by the county’s first constitution.
A Hungarian rabbi said on Tuesday he had uncovered 103 Torah scrolls stolen from Hungarian Jews during World War Two and stashed in a Russian library, adding he planned to restore and return them to the Jewish community.