An activist who supports the BDS movement against Israel was elected president of Britain’s national student union, leading Jewish students to express concern.6
France will hold an international conference in Paris on May 30 in a bid relaunch talks between Palestinians and Israelis by the end of the year, its foreign minister said in remarks published on Thursday.18
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres sent Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II a happy birthday video message telling her that “life begins at 90.”3
A man who for several years served as a rabbi for a Polish city has pulled a disappearing act after it was revealed that he is actually a Catholic former chef.7
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
Pope Francis sent a Passover Message to Rome’s Jews and asked the chief rabbi to pray for him.
The first Latin American meeting of the Global Forum for Combatting Antisemitism will have for the first time a non-Jewish group as co-organizer.
The rapid rise of a former provincial mayor to become Ukraine’s youngest ever prime minister has stirred fears that the very system of clannish oligarchy that the 2014 Maidan street protests were meant to dismantle is still alive and well.
Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera had a bar mitzvah at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, after recently identifying publicly as Jewish.
Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit prohibited Women of the Wall from holding a female version of the priestly blessing ceremony at the Western Wall during Passover, which starts Friday evening.9
A fire caused by an oven during its self-cleaning cycle in preparation for Passover destroyed the home of a New Orleans rabbi.
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