A Jewish teacher from Paris told police that three men assaulted and cursed him in Arabic before drawing a swastika on his chest.
An Israeli television celebrity said the Chief Rabbinate is refusing to convert her to Judaism because of her acting career.3
A publisher from Berlin is preparing to launch the first German-language children’s edition of the Torah since 1964.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Getting an eviction notice is never easy. But for the more than 100 elderly Brooklyn residents, the news was devastating.4
A British group that lobbies for kosher slaughter has filed a complaint against a newspaper with the country’s Press Complaints Commission.11
The number of anti-Semitic incidents documented in Swiss French-speaking cantons more than doubled in 2013, a local watchdog said.
A French university defended its decision to shut down a pro-Israel event after disruptions by pro-Palestinian activists.
Eight Iranian Jews who went missing in the 1990s were murdered while attempting to reach Israel, Israel’s Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement.
Israel has promoted building plans for 2,372 homes in eight Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank in the past month, on land the Palestinians want for a future state, an anti-settlement watchdog has said.
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