Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon officially outlawed the Islamic State jihadist group.
A Ukrainian Jewish man and his guard were killed during an armed attack in Donetsk, a local Jewish group said.
The family of Steven Sotloff, the second American journalist beheaded by Islamic State militants, said on Wednesday he was no hero and no war junkie but “a mere man who tried to find good concealed in a world of darkness.”3
A $6 million pledge from Raymond Perelman is breathing new life into plans for a new Center for Jewish Life at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The chief rabbi of Omsk in southern Siberia, Asher Krichevsky, was ordered deported by Russian officials, according to Russian media reports.3
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly ordered the dismantling of a wooden bridge built from the Western Wall plaza to the Temple Mount.
John Ruskay, the former CEO of the UJA-Federation of New York, was named a senior fellow at the Jerusalem-based Jewish People Policy Institute.
A Jerusalem court issued a restraining order against a haredi Orthodox girls’ school in Beit Shemesh from using part of a secular school’s building.
The Jewish Museum of Belgium will reopen fully to the public four months after four people were killed in a shooting attack there.
Israel is in advanced negotiations to supply natural gas from its vast Leviathan field to Arab peace partner Jordan under a 15-year, $15 billion agreement, the Israeli government, gas operators and industry officials said on Wednesday.
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