Ksenia Sobchak is something of a mystery. And, by the way, she’s a little Jewish.
Russia, Iran, the United States, Turkey and to a lesser extent, Israel are all increasing their involvement in Syria.
When Boruch Gorin traveled for the first time from Russia to the United States, a U.S. Customs officer asked him whether he was Russian.
Putin’s words came after Megyn Kelly asked him how he felt about the 13 Russians recently indicted by Robert Mueller.
Vladimir Putin suggested that Jews could have been responsible for meddling in the American presidential election.
Russia will receive its first Jewish university next month, the institution’s dean said.
The two women were supposed to head home from the capital but decided to extend their stay.
Iran has created a potentially explosive situation, which could ultimately drag the region to a terrible war.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, asks if Donald Trump is taking the path of least resistance in Syria as a favor to Putin.
Even before Saturday’s fighting, Israel’s security establishment was convinced that the country was heading for a major war.