“I used to think I knew Michael Oren. This is no one I know, or wish to know.”
In 2017, the American outreach group Kulanu organized more than 150 Jewish conversions in Nicaragua and Côte d’Ivoire.
More than 100 men and women converted to Judaism in Madagascar this month, a historic first for the large island nation off the southeast coast of Africa.
A first-ever initiative from the Israeli government is mapping the worldwide multi-ethnic, multi-racial Jewish world — and that world is growing.
With two months to go before Israelis go to the polls, the Labor Party opened a statistically significant lead over Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud for the first time since its mid-December alliance with Tzipi Livni’s Hatnuah.
Yair Lapid is so 2013. For the 2015 elections, Israelis think they’ve found a new and improved version in Moshe Kahlon. But how closely are they looking at his record?
A 2,000-member group of Ugandans has practiced Judaism for about a century. But now the communities are split along sectarian lines and barely speak to each other.