Yeshiva U. Reports First Sexual Assault On Campus in 12 Years — But Says Little Else

For the first time in 12 years, Yeshiva University has reported a sexual assault on campus. The school won’t offer details — or explain why its public tally of assaults is so low.


Spain's Anti-Semitic Graffiti Due to Gaza War Coverage, Watchdog Group Says

A Spanish pro-Israel group said the recent spraying of anti-Semitic graffiti in Toledo was the result of media coverage of the latest Gaza war and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Christian Evangelicals Push Aliyah — and Jews Are Concerned

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews will soon launch its own program to help Jews immigrate to Israel. Some think that’s a bad mix.


4 Midterm Congressional Races for Jews to Watch

With midterm elections just around the corner, four Congressional races —  from L.A. to Long Island and Chicagoland — have intriguing Jewish storylines.


How Do You Celebrate Simchat Torah When Your Rabbi Has Been Arrested?

Rabbi Freundel’s arrest on voyeurism charges did not stop the congregants at Kesher Israel from celebrating Simchat Torah with a determinedly joyous lay-led service.

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