Dutch Contractor Finds Hidden Holocaust Message Scrawled On Door

When contractor Jelle Kapitein set to work on a client’s bathroom door, he had no idea what lay behind the wooden panels. Written in thin black lettering was a message dated April 23, 1942.

Campus: Dov Stein, head of academics at Michigan Jewish Institute, stands outside the entrance to The Shul, a $6 million synagogue in West Bloomfield, where some MJI classes are held.

Fired Worker Says She Blew Whistle on Fraud at Michigan College

Federal agents carted away boxes of documents in a raid on the Michigan Jewish Institute. A former worker says she was fired after she asked too many questions about the college, which enrolls mostly Israeli students who speak no English.

Are Christian Zionists the 800-Pound Gorilla in the Pro-Israel Room?

Christian Zionists are emerging as an increasingly powerful force in the pro-Israel world. Are their strident views pulling the lobby to the far right — and away from younger evangelicals?

Reconstructionists Open Door to Rabbis With Non-Jewish Partners — But at What Cost?

Reconstructionist congregations say they’re ready for their movement’s seminary to become the first rabbinical school to accept students with non-Jewish partners, yet the fallout from the expected change could still fracture the troubled denomination.

Iran and World Powers Clinch Historic Nuclear Deal

Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal on Tuesday, capping more than a decade of negotiations with an agreement that could transform the Middle East, and which Israel called an “historic surrender.”