Damaged Torah scrolls found by U.S. troops in Iraq’s intelligence headquarters were buried in a cemetery in New York.
Directors of museums located at the sites of former Nazi death camps are protesting a Polish prosecutor’s office decision not to initiate an investigation into the phrase “Polish death camps.”
Jacob Ostreicher, a New York businessman held in Bolivia since 2010, is back in the United States.
For decades, Bedouin tribes like those living in Wadi al-Naam and similar settlements all over southern Israel have waged a battle with the Israeli government over land rights.
Leaders of Canada’s largest Protestant denomination are speaking out against their church’s boycott of products made in Israeli settlements.7
Child-protection authorities in Ontario have taken two children into protective custody from the reclusive Jewish sect Lev Tahor.
The European Union promised Israel and the Palestinians better access to European markets and “unprecedented” political and economic aid as an incentive to push them into resolving their decades-old conflict.
Carolina Raquel Duer, a Jewish Argentine retained the World Boxing Organization bantamweight title.3
A mikvah dating from the 18th century was discovered in Venezuela.
A state judge has denied a request by the Forward seeking the name of a mohel who is believed to have infected a baby with herpes during a ritual circumcision.6
This article has been sent!Close