North America’s largest Jewish federation announced it has allocated $200,000 to guarantee $1.4 million in emergency loans for Jerusalem businesses.
A Dutch soccer club said it was working to identify fans who held up a sign during a recent match with the initials of the phrase “Jews have cancer.”
Earl Raab, a sociologist, Jewish community advocate and longtime director of the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council, has died.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
Jewish leaders met with Pope Francis in Rome on the 50th anniversary of the Nostra Aetate, the declaration promulgated by Pope Paul VI that led to improved relations between Jews and Catholics.
He may have depicted God in Hollywood films, but Morgan Freeman came to Jerusalem with questions about religion still unsettled.
The hometown of a Palestinian who stabbed and murdered two Israelis in Jerusalem is naming a street in his honor.22
The University of California system held a public forum to discuss modifying a proposed statement of “principles against intolerance.”63
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