New York City cops have released a new video of a suspect in the string of arson fires targeting Bukharian Jews in Queens — and he’s carrying a gun.
Arab-Israeli lawmaker and political leader Ayman Odeh refused to meet with the umbrella foreign policy body for American Jews because it shares office space with the Jewish Agency, an abrupt and dissonant end to a trip that was aimed at promoting greater Arab-Jewish cooperation.6
Reuven Rivlin toddles up the White House driveway. He is grinning as he shouts in Hebrew to a phalanx of local Israeli reporters shivering in the December chill: “If you must live in a Diaspora, live in this one!”
A Miami Beach rabbi who was arrested on suspicion that he molested an 11-year-old girl at his art gallery is facing a misdemeanor charge after accepting a plea deal.
The portraits of 12 Krakow Holocaust survivors are featured on a calendar put out by the JCC Krakow in cooperation with the Child Survivors of the Holocaust Association.
The ex-director of the foundation started by former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle pleaded guilty on Thursday to child sexual exploitation and child pornography charges and was sentenced to 27 years in federal prison, according to a court official.
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has postponed his trip to Israel amid a controversy over comments about temporarily barring Muslims from entering the United States.7
Protests continued in Chicago on Thursday starting with a “die-in” by medical students, a day after embattled Mayor Rahm Emanuel emotionally apologized for the 2014 police shooting of a 17-year-old black teen.
Representatives of the Polish Jewish community lit Hanukkah candles at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw following a one-year hiatus.
Hungary’s Jewish community protested against plans to erect a statue to a politician who played a role in drafting anti-Jewish laws during World War Two, saying on Thursday that it would bring back the “dark and menacing shadow of anti-Semitism.”
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