The rescuer of a ruined synagogue in Gudensberg is one of five German non-Jews honored this year for ensuring that local Jewish history is not forgotten.
The Dramatists Guild of America has come out in strong support of a controversial Israeli play to be performed at Washington D.C.’s Theatre J, which is partially funded by the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.
Susan Rice, President Obama’s national security adviser, decried “personal attacks” on U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as “unacceptable,” the latest salvo in increasingly testy exchanges between the Netanyahu and Obama governments.
A Portuguese municipality has begun restoring the country’s oldest intact synagogue, which is situated on the island of Sao Miguel.
Two Los Angeles Jews charged with participating in a $33 million bank fraud have fled to Israel.
Barry Rubin, a prominent Israeli Middle East scholar, has died.
A Philadelphia grand jury has decided not to bring criminal charges against the Hasidic owners of an abandoned factory that burned down in Philadelphia in April 2012, causing the deaths of two firefighters.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has reportedly appointed Naomi Adler as its first female CEO.
A Danish bank has added Israel’s Bank Hapoalim to its list of excluded companies, over its dealings in the West Bank.3
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