The American television drama series “Dig,” which was filmed in Jerusalem, reportedly has been cancelled after one season.
Spain’s Congress is poised to vote on final amendments that would make it possible for descendants of Sephardic Jews to apply for citizenship.
Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon voiced concern on Tuesday that Washington’s supply of advanced arms to Gulf Arab states to deter Iran could eventually challenge Israel’s U.S.-backed regional military supremacy.
When haredi Orthodox political parties Shas and United Torah Judaism entered Israel’s governing coalition, they vowed to roll back a raft of recent religious reforms. In turn, the secularist Yesh Atid party raised its voice in protest.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
The United States continues to insist on nuclear inspectors’ unfettered access as part of a nuclear deal with Iran, the deputy U.S. secretary of state told an American Jewish group.
Israeli lawmakers from all parties have called on a freshman Knesset lawmaker to resign in the wake of a news report that he used crystal meth and pimped prostitutes while managing a casino in Burgas, Bulgaria.
A tony New York congregation is standing by its troubled rabbi.
Israel’s chief Sephardi rabbi slammed Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, the chief rabbi of Efrat, for his liberal “innovations.”
At least 44 members of a New York synagogue are calling for the resignation of their rabbi, whose custom of inviting young men to meet with him naked in a sauna has brought extensive media attention.”
Prosecutors in Paris presented their case against 15 defendants accused of planning jihadist attacks on French Jews and other targets.
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