A prominent physician active in the Syracuse, N.Y., Jewish community was indicted for the September 2012 murder of his wife.5
At 3:30 Shavuot morning, more than 100 people are seated on folding chairs singing in Yiddish as men walk around with shots of vodka and cups of coffee. Up front, a man in a black frock coat and black hat is belting out the notes, his eyes closed.
The mother of kidnapped Israeli teenager Naftali Frenkel will address the United Nations Human Rights Council.
On the way to his first appearance as Krakow’s new chief rabbi, Eliezer Gurary passed a group of young demonstrators holding signs with messages of affection for Jews. Not everyone is so pleased with him.6
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
A Jewish graduate student at MIT fell off a cliff and died June 14 while running in a mountanous area of northern India, where she had just arrived for a program on energy and development.3
The caves of Beit Guvrin-Maresha were named a World Heritage site by UNESCO, the cultural arm of the United Nations.
Al Sharpton hasn’t always had the best relationship with the Jewish community.15
A Ukrainian Jewish lawmaker said he was threatened in central Kiev by uniformed men who hurled anti-Semitic insults at him.
Israeli air strikes on Syrian military positions killed at least 10 members of Syria’s army, a monitoring group said on Monday, a day after Jerusalem said an attack from inside Syria killed an Israeli boy in the Golan Heights.
Israel’s army said it detained another 37 Palestinians overnight as it searched for three missing teenagers and extended a crackdown on the Hamas Islamist group it accuses of kidnapping them.
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