PARIS (JTA) – A Lebanon-born university lecturer in Canada who was extradited to France to stand trial for killing four people in a 1980 synagogue bombing in Paris was released to house arrest. In his ruling last week, a high court magistrate in charge of reviewing appeals on incarcerations cited “doubt on the fundamental question”…
The congregation’s president Moises Abadi boasted that some of its members have played a pivotal role in the country’s history.
If there’s one story that sums up the changes afoot on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, a once heavily Jewish neighborhood, it’s the saga surrounding the Anshei Meseritz synagogue.
The South Florida man arrested for planning to bomb a Miami synagogue has been publicly identified and charged in federal court.
A South Florida man appeared before a federal judge in Miami on Monday to face charges for attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction at a synagogue in Aventura, Florida, according to court documents.
Two historic Boston-area Conservative synagogues are planning to join forces and cohabit on a shared campus, following votes by the leaders of both institutions.
Miami-area Jews are reported to be on edge after Muslim women wearing hijabs entered a local synagogue two times asking questions about the congregation
An abandoned Brooklyn synagogue controlled by two rabbis with checkered pasts is being eyed for possible use as a halfway house for federal prisoners.
Fourteen people were mildly poisoned by a toxic substance that was applied to the keypad of an electronic lock of a synagogue south of Paris.
A historic synagogue in the Australian outback mining city of Broken Hill was defaced with Nazi and Islamic symbols.