Stephan Kramer has resigned as secretary-general of the Central Council of Jews in Germany after serving for 15 years.
The discovery of a Nazi-era guillotine in a Bavarian museum warehouse has triggered a national debate about whether it should be put on display.
Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.), a longtime congressman from northern Virginia who repeatedly clashed with pro-Israel and Jewish groups, is retiring.
A leading watchdog on soccer racism in Britain accused England’s Football Association of foot-dragging in probing a player who performed a gesture which is considered anti-Semitic.
Israel’s prime minister has increased the amount of occupied territory he wants to keep after any peace deal with the Palestinians, state media reported on Thursday, a move that could complicate U.S.-backed efforts to reach an accord.6
Funding to Israel was restored to its pre-sequester levels in the spending bill the U.S. House of Representatives passed.
A Jewish developer is suing the village planning board of a small upstate New York town, arguing that their decision to vote down a proposed all-girls Hasidic private school was motivated by anti-Semitic bigotry.11
The van used in the kidnapping and murder of Hasidic real estate developer Menachem Stark has been found in Brooklyn — along with a cell phone that police think may lead to his killers.3
Florida police warned against jumping to conclusions about the apparent murder-suicide of a Palm Beach mother who apparently killed her two teenage children before turning the gun on herself.
A senior Israeli police officer is suspected of taking bribes from Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto and his followers. A gag order in the sensational case has been lifted.
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