In the wake of the desecration of a Jewish sage’s grave, Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi promised a European rabbinical body he would protect his country’s Jews.
Breaking up, as the classic song notes, is generally hard to do. But in the Orthodox community, divorce can be particularly trying, especially for women.
Two Republican congressmen introduced legislation to prevent boycotts of Israel.14
More than 2,500 employees at Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine will soon get notices from the school warning that they could be laid off this summer.4
A shroud of uncertainty hangs over Wednesday’s meeting when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Donald Trump as president for the first time.
A French company pulled out of a Jerusalem cable car project, saying it wanted “to avoid any political interpretation.”3
Israeli settlements on occupied land wanted by the Palestinians may have already killed a possible two-state solution, said the United Nations Middle East envoy on Thursday.6
Sigma Alpha Mu, the historically Jewish fraternity known as Sammy, is shutting down its University of Michigan chapter in the aftermath of an incident that resulted in criminal charges against its president.5
Several rocket attacks launched at Israel from inside the Gaza Strip amount to war crimes, Amnesty International said.11
A 15-year-old student was charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime for writing “death for Jewish religion” in Arabic on a poster at a Staten Island junior high school.4
A left-wing opposition party in the German parliament has introduced a resolution to recognize a Palestinian state, a position opposed by the current governing coalition.11
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