The Moroccan government plans to rehabilitate the ancient Jewish quarter of Marrakesh.
Hundreds of Eritrean asylum seekers in Israel demonstrated, calling for the Jewish state to recognize them as refugees.
United States art museums are using “procedural defenses” and a “hostile approach” to renege on their responsibility to return Nazi-looted art to its owners and heirs, a new report says.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
The Palestinian Authority made its first submission of evidence of alleged Israeli war crimes to the International Criminal Court on Thursday, trying to speed up an ICC inquiry into abuses committed during last year’s Gaza conflict.
A Nazi-looted painting that was returned to its owners last month from the collection of the late art collector Cornelius Gurlitt was sold at auction.
Rabbi Jonathan Rosenblatt told his congregants that he plans to continue serving as spiritual leader of the Riverdale Jewish Center despite media attention over his method of outreach to young men.11
The Jewish Agency for Israel plans to establish special overseas courts for people wishing to convert to Judaism.
Jewish groups have criticized a Greek lawmaker who posted a picture of the gates of Auschwitz with a pro-Europe slogan, accusing him of trivializing the Holocaust.
Israel’s deputy interior minister said Arab-Israeli Knesset members who support efforts to break the naval blockade of Gaza should give up their Israeli citizenship and that “Israel is doing you a favor by letting you sit here.”6
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