It may be the most elevated Shabbat service in the country, and not just because of the spirited singing.
Israel and the European Union have agreed to put relations “back on track,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.9
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert released a video statement insisting on his innocence on Monday, before arriving at prison in a motorcade to begin a 19-month sentence for corruption.4
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg paid tribute Sunday to Antonin Scalia, the colleague and unlikely friend who died a day earlier.6
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The Israeli army said troops shot dead two Palestinian teenagers who were throwing stones at cars in the occupied West Bank on Sunday after coming under fire from one of them.10
Yom Kippur War hero Maj.-Gen. Avigdor ‘Yanush’ Ben-Gal was buried in Israel’s Kiryat Shaul military cemetery.
Construction was started on 1,800 new housing units in Jewish settlements in 2015, with some 40 percent outside of the security fence, according to a new report.10
A Muslim organic farmer from upstate New York made an emergency donation of vegetables to a kosher soup kitchen in Brooklyn.
Kansas evangelical pastor Mike Bickle, whose controversial endorsement of Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign has raised hackles in the Jewish community, reiterated his support for Israel and the Jewish people.20
A record number of Brazilian Jews are flocking to Israel to benefit from the Law of Return.9
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