In the backyard of the Etz Ahayim synagogue in Turkey’s largest city, congregant Yusuf Arslan hollers pleasantries as he mingles with other members of the small congregation.3
A British Jewish woman won $25,000 in damages from a company that refused to hire her because she is Shabbat observant.4
The Claims Conference sent out payments totaling about $60 million in a single day last week – the first of an estimated 70,000 one-time payments of approximately $2,750 to child survivors of the Holocaust.
A Jewish family from Belgium and a French university director received anti-Semitic threats, according to reports in French-language media.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Vladimir Katriuk, a native Ukrainian who avoided deportation from Canada for 64 years after hiding his Nazi past to move there, died peacefully in Quebec.
The United Kingdom’s education secretary launched an inquiry and condemned a London-based Hasidic sect for its decision to bar women from driving.
Britain’s Prince William is set to attend a fundraising dinner organized by a Jewish health and social care organization to celebrate the charity’s 25th anniversary.
The Washington Supreme Court reversed a ruling that protected the Olympia Food Co-op from lawsuits over its boycott of Israeli products.4
A rabbi from Miami Beach, Florida, was arrested on suspicion that he molested an 11-year-old girl at his art gallery.
The Palestinian soccer association withdrew its bid to have members of the FIFA world soccer body vote on whether to suspend Israel.4
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