Yitzhak Navon, who served as Israel’s fifth president between 1978-1983, died on Saturday. He was 94.
Israeli writer Amos Oz announced that, to protest what he sees as extremist government policies, he will no longer participate in Israeli embassy-sponsored events.6
An administrator at a California high school is being criticized for two light-hearted tweets about Anne Frank, the famous Holocaust victim whose diary from her years in hiding inspired a play and movie.
More than half of Jewish-Israelis say they believe any Palestinian “who has perpetrated a terror attack against Jews should be killed on the spot,” according to a new survey.436
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
A brother and sister are fighting in Britain’s High Court over whether their late mother should have a Jewish or Christian burial.3
American porn star Joanna Angel told a British newspaper that her Orthodox Jewish parents New Jersey have been accepting of her career choices.
President Barack Obama expects Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to outline how he plans to preserve the two-state solution when they meet next week, his top aides said.25
Citing Israeli producers’ “full compliance” with French law, the Monoprix supermarket chain declined a request to boycott products from Israel.
The Jewish community of the Polish city of Lodz received its first new Torah scroll since World War II, its rabbi said.
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