Thousands of Jewish immigrants aren’t considered Jewish by the state of Israel. And now attempts to loosen up the conversion process appear doomed.
The GOP Jewish faithful descended in force on Sin City, turning out in record numbers and striking a feisty, combative tone at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual conference.
While American Jewish donors spend the bulk of their cash on Israel, the U.S. government is picking up the tab for other Jewish causes, like health charities.
Yardain Amron, a student reporter tasked with covering the University of Michigan’s Israel divestment vote, recounts the challenges he faced this week as both a Jew and journalist.
After years of stagnation, kibbutz populations are growing. Young families are drawn by a new tolerance for family independence — with a strong community spirit.
The battle over conversion is heating up as the main American Orthodox rabbinic group says it cannot vouch for all conversions presided over by its members.
A shared history of genocide has led Jews to embrace Rwanda President Paul Kagame. But 20 years after Africa’s killing fields, what about reports of human rights violations?
The American Jewish not-for-profit network is worth a whopping $26 billion. But until now, our community has had no way of knowing where all that money goes.
When Americans joined an exchange program on Jewish peoplehood in Israel, they brought diversity to the table. Or was it sectarianism?
Northeastern U. suspended a pro-Palestinian student group for slipping ‘eviction’ notices under dorm room doors. Did it defend students from harassment — or squelch free speech?