While free trips to Israel are set to resume, previous controversies and shifting priorities may take center stage.
“The United States welcomes and supports the recent normalization agreements,” Blinken said, referring to the Abraham Accords.
“I don’t dance on people’s graves, but I’m not losing a wink of sleep over it.”
A group of students is demanding that Berkeley Law reject a recent gift to a university institute focused on Israel and Jewish studies.
The Brooklyn borough president has visited Jewish communities in all of the five boroughs of New York City.
In 1867’s “Flowers of Evil,” the French poet described spending a night laying beside “a frightful Jewish woman.”
“I understand it as a politicization of the Council,” Krajewski, a philosopher and former leader of Polish Jewry, wrote.
Relatives of a Paris woman who was killed by her neighbor while he spewed anti-Semitic slurs have lost their final appeal to have him tried.
The congregation’s president reported that the synagogue has enough cash assets in the bank to continue running for another year and a half.
After allegations of racism, Boston’s Jewish coalition has come to a conclusion: Yes, the group “elevated white supremacist voices.”
“Upheaval” by director Jonathan Gruber unearths the complicated legacy of Menachem Begin.
I challenge you to see Nicholas Bruckman’s new movie about Ady Barkan and not cry.
One interaction with a fellow blogger halfway across the world during a time of such isolation ignited a spark in me.
Israel’s overall performance during the pandemic creates, in some ways, a portrait of the country.
Some Jewish charities may be holding onto bad habits after the sting of the Ponzi scheme has passed.
“He has already been judged by public opinion and in the courtroom. Now God will judge him.”
The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd has left us with an incomplete story.
Clarke, Biden’s nominee to lead the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, touts career-long record fighting antisemitism at Senate hearing.