Gravestones were vandalized in a Jewish cemetery in northern Hungary.
Swarthmore College’s former Hillel has voted to rename itself Swarthmore Kehilah.7
Benjamin Netanyahu has received a slim majority of 61 Knesset members supporting his right to form the next government, Israel’s 34th.13
The United States will not take the floor at the main U.N. human rights forum on Monday during the annual debate on violations committed in the Palestinian territories, a U.S. spokesman told Reuters.29
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
A team of archeologists and researchers discovered what they believe was a refuge for Nazis in an Argentinian forest, near the border with Paraguay.3
The former neighbor of Justin Bieber is suing the American pop star on grounds of emotional distress claiming that the singer’s bodyguard called him a “little Jew boy.”
The funeral of seven Orthodox children who perished in one of New York’s deadliest fires in years drew a sea of mourners to Brooklyn.12
Benjamin Netanyahu’s allies acknowledged that his disavowal of a Palestinian state had caused a rift with the White House, but blamed Barack Obama’s criticism on a misunderstanding.12
The U.S. Congress should reconsider funding for the United Nations if the Security Council approves a resolution on Palestinian statehood, Republican Senator John McCain said on Sunday.27
Germany agreed to return a Nazi-looted painting to the heirs of its Jewish owner.
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