The Dutch government said it will return two Nazi-looted paintings to the heirs of a Jewish Holocaust victim.
An envelope containing white powder sent to a representative of Hungary’s Jewish communities did not contain any dangerous materials.
Latvians who fought in the local unit of Nazi Germany’s Waffen SS held their annual parade on Sunday, an event which the government feared could raise tensions with Russia as former Soviet states watch events in Ukraine with growing concern3
The White House released a statement marking Purim that includes a recipe for hamantaschen, the holiday’s traditional snack.
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
Sixth-grader Marlowe Dalton celebrated Purim this weekend by delivering holiday gift packages to elderly Holocaust survivors.
Israeli police were pelted with stones at the Temple Mount for the third time in two months.
In their upcoming meeting, President Obama and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will discuss Palestinian recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, as well as Israel’s planned release of Palestinian prisoners.
A terrorist group linked to Al-Qaeda claimed responsibility for an attack on an Israel Defense Forces jeep on Israel’s border with Lebanon.
The premier of Quebec is defending a candidate in next month’s election who is accused of spreading anti-Semitic propaganda.5
Two Jewish day schools in Atlanta, Greenfield Hebrew Academy and Yeshiva Atlanta, are merging.
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