For a people obsessed with numbers, the Jews have relatively scant concrete data about how, exactly, the Jews voted in Tuesday’s presidential primary in New York.
The family of Steven Sotloff, a Jewish journalist who was beheaded by Islamic State terrorists, has sued Syria in U.S. court.
Massive flooding has caused serious damage to the Jewish community of Houston for the second time in less than a year and just days before Passover.
A group of professors is suing the American Studies Association over its academic boycott of Israel.4
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
Six young Jews were arrested Tuesday night at AIPAC’s Boston office after they chained themselves to a Seder table in protest of the organization’s support of Israel.5
The orderly world of archives is in tumult in Israel after an effort to enhance transparency has instead led to allegations that access to sensitive documents is being restricted.
The Boulder, Colorado city council agreed to hire a moderator and to convene a citizen panel for a facilitated discussion between local proponents and opponents of a entering into a sister-city relationship with the Palestinian city of Nablus.5
Israel has arrested six West Bank settlers for violence against Palestinians that included an assault and an attempt to set fire to a home, the Shin Bet security service said on Wednesday, describing the suspects as a “Jewish terror cell.”
The umbrella body of Jewish organizations in South Africa is being sued for discrimination over its decision not to allow women to sing at the annual Holocaust memorial ceremony.5
President Barack Obama will host a Passover seder this year, but not on either of the nights it is required according to Jewish custom.3
This article has been sent!Close