I sense a frustration here, among progressives seeking emotional responses from the Orthodox — and I want to address it.
Two unidentified men in Berlin hit a Dutch national and then kicked him after asking him if he was Jewish, a German newspaper reported.
A synagogue in Raleigh, North Carolina, cancelled some weekend activities after synagogue workers and board members received threatening letters.
Hate messages again were spray painted in front of the New Jersey home of a supporter of a Jewish candidate for Congress.
Co-founder of Limmud FSU: The graffiti incident “caused pain and outrage all over the world but it is reassuring to see that justice is being served.”
One in five New Yorkers surveyed had been pushed on subway platforms, and one in ten had suffered physical assault as a result of their religion.
Several Israeli officials have held meetings with far-right officials from Austria and other European countries. Should they be doing so?
Haym Isaacs’ book describes the ancient chalitzah ceremony and other unique Jewish customs in a surprisingly positive light.
The since-trashed plan overlooked generations of fear and annihilation at the hands of bad governments. That should be terrifying to Jewish students.
Last year, a website known for being pro-Israel referred to the political commentator Bill Kristol as a “renegade Jew.”