In the wake of the stabbing of an Orthodox Jew in Antwerp, a Flemish Jewish politician demanded the government cover the community’s security costs of $1 million a year.
The mayor of the Israeli city of Ashkelon has taken steps to prevent Arab workers from coming in to the city.5
Relaying information garnered from an off-the-record conference call featuring the director of Hillel International was a “mistake,” the Open Hillel network said.7
Two Jewish veterans testified in Congress against allowing chaplains to engage in sectarian prayer in nondenominational settings.4
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
A British baroness and former lawmaker is under fire for a Twitter post that tied the terror attack in a Jerusalem synagogue to Israel’s policies on the Temple Mount.7
Police have arrested a 15-year old boy for allegedly participating in an anti-Semitic attack at a Brooklyn subway station.
The American Jewish Committee urged President Obama to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline, virtually alone among Jewish groups in endorsing the project.
Israel on Wednesday approved the construction of 78 new homes in two settlements on West Bank land annexed to Jerusalem, likely to aggravate Palestinian anger at a time when violence has flared, including a deadly attack on a synagogue.
A letter by Albert Einstein defending his Jewish heritage will go on the auction block in Los Angeles Friday, with bidding starting at $10,000.
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