U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will return this week to Jerusalem and Ramallah, his second visit in two weeks.
A former hotel security guard pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge for defacing a Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books.
Archeologists working in the Krasinski Garden in Warsaw discovered fragments of two human skeletons that likely were buried there during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
Swarthmore’s Hillel student board voted to defy restrictions of its parent organization and host programs by groups that support BDS — claiming the rules repress free speech.48
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
A senior Palestinian official said the United States was asking Palestinians to make security concessions in peace talks with Israel in order to silence the Jewish state’s criticism of world power diplomacy over Iran’s nuclear program.4
A new independent rabbinical court to address the issue of agunot, so-called “chained women” whose husbands refuse to give them a religious writ of divorce, will be launched next year.6
Texas lawmakers sent notices to schools on Monday informing them that new legislation allows students and teachers to dress in festive garb and say “Merry Christmas” all they want without fear of punishment.3
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, who resigned amid sexual harassment accusations, was sentenced to three months of home confinement and three years probation for acts against three women.
The British government is warning the business community to steer clear of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority signed an agreement to lay a pipeline between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea that will provide all three with fresh water.3
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