Jacques Parizeau, the former separatist Quebec premier who blamed the Jewish and other ethnic communities for the narrow defeat in a bitter provincial referendum on seceding from Canada, has died.
Israeli airstrikes attacked targets in eastern Lebanon, the Lebanese media reported, but the claims were denied by Hezbollah.
An Israeli magician and a Haifa coexistence group broke the Guinness World Record for the largest magic lesson.
The Dutch government issued a travel warning that cautions travelers against violent Jewish settlers.36
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
Former Olympic athlete and reality TV star Bruce Jenner, who is transitioning to life as a woman, revealed her new name as Caitlyn Jenner on Monday and posed in a white strapless leotard on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine.
A prominent Brooklyn rabbi who left the clergy world last year has taken a leadership post at a major cultural and community center in New York.
Opening statements began in a Rhode Island legal battle pitting America’s oldest congregation against the congregation that worships in America’s oldest synagogue structure.
An American serving in the Israeli army was sentenced to military jail for bringing non-kosher pork sandwiches to his base and offering them to fellow soldiers.4
A man convicted of stalking actress Mila Kunis has escaped from a Los Angeles-area mental health facility by breaking out of a bathroom window, authorities said on Monday.
A British human rights commission said it is illegal for a school to prevent children from attending if their mothers drive.
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