A far-right politician who wants Jews to be allowed to pray at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa compound visited the site on Sunday, defying Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s calls for restraint after clashes this week between Israeli police and Palestinians.7
A Dutch historical society returned jewels to a Jewish family that had given them to neighbors for safekeeping before being deported by the Nazis.
Israel has closed the two border crossings between Gaza and Israel in the wake of a rocket fired into Israel from Gaza.4
The Athens Holocaust Memorial was desecrated for the second time this year, when vandals spray painted the logo of an ultra-nationalist group on it.
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
Israel’s Cabinet approved a government regulation that will reform the conversion process.
The head of the World Jewish Congress warned a Swiss art museum that it risks an “avalanche” of lawsuits if it accepts the bequest of a collection of artwork amassed by a man who dealt in art for the Nazis.
A Brooklyn senior citizen was hit with child pornography charges after police found 221 explicit videos on his computer, authorities said.6
An anonymous White House staffer apparently isn’t the only one who thinks Benjamin Netanyahu is shy about taking chances.15
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