Former Israeli government minister Yosef Shapira, who was one of the founders of World Bnei Akiva, has died.
A municipal board in Dublin has authorized massive expansion of the city’s Jewish museum despite opposition by many residents.
A French comedian who implied that a Jewish journalist belonged in a gas chamber may be tried for racial incitement for the eighth time.3
Israel freed 26 Palestinian prisoners on Tuesday, days before U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was due back in the Middle East to press the two sides to agree a framework peace deal.
The 1 million Russian-speaking immigrants who arrived in Israel in the 1990s now comprise almost 20% of the population. And they are considered a success story.
More than 1,600 alumni and students of Brandeis University and others with ties to the institution have signed an online petition protesting pay to former university president Jehuda Reinharz.
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker apologized on Monday after a three-year-old photo surfaced of him making the same anti-Semitic gesture that has landed former France striker Nicolas Anelka in trouble.
Iran’s supreme leader, Turkey’s premier and United Nations official Richard Falk top the Simon Wiesenthal Center annual list of the top 10 anti-Semitic and anti-Israel slurs of the year.4
At least 55 American universities and colleges have rejected the American Studies Association membership vote in favor of an academic boycott of Israel.
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