Tu B’av is being called the Jewish holiday of love. Here are a few of our favorite dessert recipes to help spark passion.
It is difficult to imagine a rebirth of Jewish life in Spain, but who knows what opportunities might lie ahead?
Since gaining international attention in 2010 with the release of nearly 100,000 classified logs of the war in Iraq, Wikileaks — often through the actions of its founder Julian Assange — has repeatedly come under fire for anti-Semitism.
While Black Lives Matters has decried police body cameras as part of the surveillance state, Israel’s Ethiopian activists have embraced them for police accountability.
An exhibit at the Center for Jewish History stirs up delicious memories.
Yated Ne’eman, an ultra-Orthodox weekly newspaper published in New York, has published a photograph of a woman for what appears to be the first time in its history: it’s Hillary Clinton, but just her hand.
In most cities I’ve lived in since being ordained as a rabbi, every single time I’ve seen an interfaith event sponsored by the Jewish community, it has featured a male imam, rabbi, and priest.
French authorities allocated approximately half a million dollars toward the preservation of what is believed to be Europe’s oldest known Jewish building.
A third of Scottish Jews are anxious about a rise in anti-Semitism in the last two years, a new survey found.
By most accounts, I am not a self-hating Jew. Yet I sometimes keep quiet about my identity.