Four months after a shooting that killed four people, the Brussels Jewish Museum opened its doors to the public again on Sunday in a solemn ceremony attended by Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo.
Police in Marseille arrested a man who brandished a weapon in front of a Jewish school and threatened to commit murder.3
The President of Hillel International called on Ohio University to apologize to four pro-Israel students who were arrested during a protest.8
Private First Class Daniel Gavrin, declared missing in 1944, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery in a Jewish ceremony.
As the American and Israeli leaders prepare to meet today, reactions to a new arms deal tell us a lot about how people view the Obama administration and its Israeli counterpart, Jane Eisner writes.
A man sentenced to death for a triple murder in a brutal home invasion in Connecticut is suing to demand a Kosher diet as a newly declared Orthodox Jew, saying the prison’s resistance has forced him into “starvation.”21
A student group at the City University of New York is set to discuss and vote on a proposed resolution calling for a boycott of Israel.3
Shmuel Kamenetsky, one of the country’s most prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbis, condemned vaccines as a ‘hoax’ and a ‘problem’ in an interview with a local Jewish newspaper.42
Several hundred residents of Belfast signed a petition asking their mayor to display a plaque honoring former Israeli president Chaim Herzog that was taken down this summer due to vandalism.
A well-known Israeli rabbi who fled the country after being accused of sex crimes was arrested near Amsterdam.
A couple wed under a chuppah at one of Berlin’s central squares as a rejoinder to a spike in expressions of anti-Semitism.
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