An Israeli government minister blamed Belgian officials for “eating chocolate” instead of paying attention to security against terror.
The head of Chabad in a town adjacent to the Orthodox Jewish stronghold of Lakewood, New Jersey, has sued the town and its planning board alleging discrimination.
Belgium’s chief prosecutor named two brothers on Wednesday as Islamic State suicide bombers who killed at least 31 people in the most deadly attacks in Brussels’ history but said another key suspect was on the run.
Following terrorist attacks in Brussels, the crisis management center of the Jewish community of Antwerp urged locals not to wear masks on Purim.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump swept to victory in Arizona on Tuesday but rival Ted Cruz showed some fight with a win in Utah that gave hope to establishment Republicans who fear Trump would lead the party to ruin in the presidential election.
President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court selection Merrick Garland on Tuesday resumed meetings with U.S. senators in a push to convince Republicans who have vowed to block the nomination to reverse course and hold confirmation hearings this year.
U.S. President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba, the first by a sitting U.S. president to the island in 88 years, was also a milestone for the small Cuban Jewish community of about 1,500 people.
Israel has closed off the West Bank to prevent attacks over the Purim holiday.5
Yeshiva University is establishing a new graduate program, the Katz School of Graduate and Professional Studies, with a $25 million gift.
A suburban New York teen was arrested for drawing two swastikas on the sidewalk in a heavily Jewish community.
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