South Africa’s chief rabbi has called on the country’s deputy minister of international relations to resign, saying he is unfit to hold public office.
Fifty descendants of officers of the era Nazi SS, Wehrmacht and World War II-era German police officers will be among the participants in the March of Life, which will start on Sunday at Auschwitz.
Israel’s deputy health minister has reportedly asked the Attorney General to cancel an exhibition in Tel Aviv of preserved human bodies.
Paraguay’s soccer association has suspended a Jewish team president for hurling racial slurs at a colleague of Arab descent.
Reconstructionists have decided to permit intermarried rabbis. Jane Eisner says this dramatic change risks diminishing our religious leadership at a time when we need it the most.
Israeli policy in Jerusalem is harming the city’s holy sites, Jordan’s King Abdullah said.
Great Britain’s chief rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, has resigned as a supporter of an interfaith charity after it circulated an anti-Israel campaign.
Israel President Shimon Peres said that Israel cannot attack Iran on its own.
South Africa’s Zulu king accepted an invitation to visit Israel despite his government discouraging such visits.
Canada’s largest Protestant church stands poised to approve a boycott of products made in Israeli settlements.
A Muslim hotel owner in Southern California discriminated against a group of Jewish Los Angeles young adults, a jury found.
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