The synagogue was empty at the time and no one was hurt.
Voters exiting the polls shared their picks with the Forward.
From nature parties to raves in Tel Aviv mansions, not everyone respected Israel’s lockdown orders — and the partying was political.
The results were at times surprising…
The parents of Alta Fixler wanted to move the girl to Israel, but the Manchester hospital where she’s being treated said her life needs to end.
Henry Louis Gates dispelled her lifelong belief that her father’s roots traced back to a Sephardic family in the Netherlands.
Faith leaders gather to honor Chicago civil rights leader Rabbi Robert J. Marx
Fritzie Fritzshall, Holocaust survivor and Chicago activist, dies
Last-minute pitches to the Jewish community.
A kosher deli in Brooklyn sent an apology to customers just hours after its email went out, blaming the incident on a marketing company.
When it comes to LGBTQ Jews, our archives echo with vanished histories.
Israel has been vaxxed and partying for months. So we asked — do your social skills come back?
In Rona Segal’s documentary “Mission: Hebron,” soldiers describe their troubling experiences serving in the Israel Defense Forces.
No word yet if kiddush attendance is required.
Critics have blasted Netanyahu’s decision to stay in the residence this long.
Looking for birds in the Met is not all that different from looking for them in the North Woods of Central Park. You just have to be patient.