The Municipality of Jerusalem allowed dozens of haredi Orthodox volunteers to search through one of its garbage trucks, after a young woman accidentally threw her engagement ring in a city trash container.
Two Arab-Israelis are suing Israel’s largest supermarket chain for $113.4 million, claiming it does not deliver to predominantly Arab towns.
The Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign named a veteran campaigner for Democrats with strong ties to the organized Jewish community as its Jewish outreach director.10
Israeli troops forcibly removed Jewish settlers from homes they said they had purchased from Palestinians in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron on Friday, prompting some right-wing Israeli lawmakers to threaten to withhold support for the government.9
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
French Jews condemned a prominent Jewish pro-Palestinian activist who said that the act of wearing a kippah is a sign of allegiance to the policies of the State of Israel.8
A Holocaust survivor in Haifa is believed to be the oldest man in the world.3
A Jewish health care charity has agreed to repay $47 million to state and federal authorities to settle charges of Medicaid fraud.13
A top U.S. negotiator with Iran said enduring the tension the talks engendered between the Obama administration and Israel and the Jewish community was very painful.78
When Orthodox Jewish billionaire Hershey Friedman bought America’s largest kosher meat company, Agriprocessors, out of bankruptcy in 2009, it was the Canadian packaging magnate’s first foray into the meat business.
The husband of Dafna Meir, the mother of six who was killed in her home while fighting off a Palestinian assailant, called on Jews and Palestinians to “look for what unites us.”5
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