A Jerusalem-based organization that wants to build a third temple on the Temple Mount claims it held a secret Jewish wedding there, which goes against the status quo at the site holy to Jews and Muslims.4
The Jerusalem Post announced Wednesday that Yaakov Katz, an advisor to right-wing Education Minister Naftali Bennett, will take over as editor-in-chief, replacing veteran editor Steven Linde.6
Two Boston-area Jewish organizations criticized Jewish activists for disrupting a meeting called to discuss prejudice, including anti-Semitism and racism.
Ukraine’s coalition has formally agreed to nominate Volodymyr Groysman for the post of prime minister, the deputy head of President Petro Poroshenko’s BPP faction, Oleksiy Honcharenko, said on Wednesday.
Consumers who are happy to buy everything from hotels to washing machines, movies and cars on the recommendation of online rankings can now do one more thing: invest in funds.
In possibly the least surprising endorsement of the election season, the New York Observer, which is owned by Donald Trump’s son-in-law, backed the mogul in the upcoming New York primary.
Melbourne attorney Alex Lewenberg has been banned from practice for 15 months for rebuking a victim of child sexual abuse who cooperated with police on the basis that “Jewish people should not assist police investigating another Jewish person.”
Senator Jeff Merkley, an Oregon Democrat, endorsed Bernie Sanders on Wednesday for the party’s presidential nomination.3
The leader of Austria’s far-right Freedom Party is touring Israel, four years after he angered many Jews by posting an anti-Semitic cartoon on his Facebook page.4
Twelve members of the New York City Council’s 14-member Jewish caucus have endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
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