Amid a divide between Orthodox and non-Orthodox American Jewish communities, rabbis grapple with how to broach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Students attended anti-occupation protests, spent nights in bomb shelters, and navigated sharp commentary on social media.
Jamie Stetler, NY1 news anchor and wife of CNN’s Brian Stetler, recounts “the loveliest moment” of seeing her 3-year-old hug her grandmother.
The lamp dates back to the Roman Period, after the sacking of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Second Temple.
After a lawsuit was filed against the Jewish institution, we spoke with alumni, students and faculty who feel the school has failed them.
After a yearlong hiatus, Birthright is set to restart its regular programming and expects thousands of participants.
Despite seemingly consistent handwriting throughout the ancient documents, new research shows they were likely authored by at least two individuals.
Jewish Women International issues recommendations for clergy, attorneys and others charged to provide support
Ahmad Daraldik, an anti-Israel campus activist previously accused of antisemitism, filed a federal complaint against his university.
The call for a boycott follows Carlson’s promotion of the antisemitic “replacement theory” earlier this month.