Garry Shandling, the award-winning American Jewish comedian who died last week at 66, will have a Buddhist funeral. The service, which Shandling had arranged secretly, will take place next month, TMZ reported. The cause of his March 24 death is still unknown. According to the celebrity gossip site, “He was never very vocal…
Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that the state must recognize Orthodox conversions performed in Israel outside the authority of the Chief Rabbinate.3
Israel and China struck several deals this week to boost tourism and business ties.
Child labor has doubled in the Gaza Strip in the last five years, the Palestinian government said.4
The hijacker of an EgyptAir plane bragged about killing Israeli soldiers, his ex-wife said.5
Anti-Semitic graffiti found in the men’s bathroom of a student residence at the University of Buffalo threatened violence against Jews.
Cory Goldstein sports dreads. Bonita Tindle condemns his coiffure as cultural appropriation.58
The Israel Defense Forces soldier suspected of killing a wounded Palestinian attacker as he lay on the ground will face manslaughter charges, a military tribunal ruled Thursday, requesting he remain under arrest until the investigation is completed.
An operator in Belgium’s federal hotline on the terrorist attacks in Brussels told a Jewish caller that Israel does not exist and is in fact called Palestine.36
Hungarian novelist and Auschwitz survivor Imre Kertesz, winner of the 2002 Nobel Literature Prize, died on Thursday at the age of 86 after a long illness, the state news agency MTI reported, citing his publisher.
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