The Waqf, the Islamic trust that oversees the Temple Mount, says it opposes an expanded egalitarian prayer area at the Western Wall.
The Boycott Israel debate is once more dividing members of a food cooperative in Brooklyn — and this time the anti-BDS side instituted new rules to make it more difficult to boycott anyone.35
Iowa voters will head to the caucuses this evening after a campaign in which God played as much of a leading role as frontrunners Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.8
After a six-year absence, Burger King is reopening in Israel.3
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
Sheldon and Miriam Adelson each gave the maximum $2,700 to the presidential campaign of Ted Cruz, suggesting the power couple was leaning toward endorsing the Texas senator in the Republican race.5
Nissim Hakmon and his neighbors say they hear banging and clattering at night. They are convinced it can only mean one thing: Hamas is tunneling under their homes from Gaza and will one day emerge, guns blazing, to attack or kidnap them.
The grand mufti of Jerusalem has condemned the agreement approved by Israel’s Cabinet to establish an egalitarian prayer area at the Western Wall.8
Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (yes, he has a star), has been defaced with a swastika.7
The Los Angeles Lakers signed a Jewish teenager with brain cancer to a one-day contract.
Two vehicles used to transport the elderly and bring meals to senior citizens were set ablaze in the parking lot of a Jewish institution in Chattanooga, Tennessee.6
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