In the end Israel got the bipartisan support it was counting on.
A translator for a Nazi death squad died at home in Ontario at the age of 97, ending a decades-long effort to deport him from Canada.
HaOgen Cafe, in central Tel Aviv, is associated with one of dozens of Messianic Jewish congregations in Israel.
A 420-9 vote suggests that the “Squad“‘s influence over Israel policy remains limited.
Unlike similar laws in other countries, Ukraine makes having “a certain perception of Jews” illegal.
Sergey Shefir and President Volodymyr Zelensky, who are both Jewish, worked together on the television show that started their political careers.
How does love compare to a sukkah? Learn this and other fun phrases and proverbs about the holiday.
There is antisemitic porn out there, sure, but the real antisemitism lies in the fight to ban porn — an industry some think is run by Jews.
Other activities at the online event: embroidering a tablecloth for Sukkot and the influence of Vietnamese cuisine on the Warsaw food scene.
50 years ago, Marc Bolan and T-Rex released ‘Electric Warrior’ and changed rock music history.
Joan Micklin Silver’s 1975 adaptation of an Ab Cahan novel was set in the late 19th Century, but its feminist message remains extremely timely.
Progressives on Tuesday killed a plan by the Democratic leadership to include the $1 billion for Iron Dome in a broader funding bill.
A tribe held its breath when The New York Times called The Boss “Bruce Springstein.” He’s not Jewish, but the typo wasn’t as wrong as it seemed.
Israel will still very likely receive the promised $1 billion emergency aid it requested earlier this year.
In “Family Matters,’ photographer Gillian Laub documents her family’s struggle to contend with a political divide and a pandemic.
In ‘The Philip Roth We Don’t Know,’ Jacques Berlinerblau defends his subject from charges of racism, but has trouble arguing against Roth’s sexism.