Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday that increased Israeli settlement building is not helping to ease tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.7
Award-winning photographer Brian Hendler, who served for many years as JTA’s staff photographer in Israel, has died.
Shaken by the abrupt collapse of one of New York’s largest social service agencies, a consortium of not-for-profit groups is warning that others may also be in jeopardy if government doesn’t radically reform the way it works with outside groups.
Israeli soldiers who opened fire at a knife-wielding Palestinian in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday accidentally shot dead an Israeli whom he was trying to stab, hospital officials said.17
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Hungarian Jews protested a new government plan to honor a Holocaust-era politician who supported anti-Semitic legislation.
A fight over an impressionist painting at the University of Oklahoma that was looted by the Nazis during World War Two came to an end when the university announced a settlement on Tuesday to return it to the Jewish family it was stolen from.
Three Jewish schools in South Florida were placed on lockdown temporarily after ammunition was discovered on the campus they share with the local Jewish federation.
A Dutch watchdog group on anti-Semitism called on owners of event halls not to host Holocaust denier David Irving, who reportedly is planning a lecture in The Hague.7
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is responding to a swastika incident in a student dormitory by hosting a campus-wide forum on anti-Semitism.
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