Instead of funding organizations that criticize Israel’s human rights record, the left should be building think tanks to win public opinion. It worked wonders for the right, Maya Haber writes.
A diamond engagement ring accidentally thrown in a garbage dumpster by a bride-to-be was recovered days after haredi Orthodox volunteers sifted through tons of garbage.
A 13-year-old Palestinian girl was shot dead by an Israeli security guard she tried to stab at a settlement in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Israeli police said on Saturday.
French Jews condemned a prominent Jewish pro-Palestinian activist who said that the act of wearing a kippah is a sign of allegiance to the policies of the State of Israel.
A Holocaust survivor in Haifa is believed to be the oldest man in the world.
If our organizations truly mirrored our values, J.J. Goldberg writes, they’d focus less on Israel and more on issues like abortion and economic justice.
Most Israelis work on Sunday and a half-day on Friday. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is switching to the American work week and more workers are following suit — but at what cost?
A top U.S. negotiator with Iran said enduring the tension the talks engendered between the Obama administration and Israel and the Jewish community was very painful.
After a group with Israel ties got booted from — and then welcomed back into — a LGBTQ conference, pro-Israel and anti-Israel Jews alike feel wronged.
Vandals spray-painted graffiti at the home of Prof. Yaakov Malkin, director of Tmura, the International Institute for Humanistic Secular Judaism, in Jerusalem’s German Colony Thursday morning.