A leading Open Orthodox rabbi has defended the progressive movement against attacks made last week by Rabbi Yaakov Perlow, the head of the ultra-Orthodox organization Agudath Israel.3
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked French President Francois Hollande for his country’s capture of the alleged Brussels Jewish museum gunman.
A firebomb thrown into a former synagogue in central Romania caused minor damage, a local Jewish watchdog group said.
Israeli middle schools will for the first time teach evolution as part of the core curriculum.
The state of Ohio dedicated a Holocaust memorial on the Statehouse grounds in the state capital Columbus.
An investigation found Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes spent more than $200,000 in seized criminal funds for his failed reelection campaign.
Israeli troops on Tuesday shot dead a Palestinian who the military said had opened fire and wounded a soldier at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank.
Congressional lawmakers from both parties said Hamas backing for the new Palestinian unity government could jeopardize of U.S. aid — although some dovish groups called for a wait-and-see approach.7
Amid debate featuring anti-Israel slurs, the full Modern Language Association membership voted on a resolution singling out Israel for denying academics entry to the West Bank.11
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