The Ministry of Justice launches campaign to combat bigotry
Kosher food is becoming an option at a growing number of schools, from Hillels to dining halls to restaurants
The short answer is “no.” The long answer is also “no.”
Was Israel right all along?
Netanyahu’s former ambassador to the U.S. moves to his left
A Hebrew copy of the New Testament, among other things
Hard-right Foreign Minister says Kerry’s peace deal is best Israel will get
Christmas, the Contraception Mandate, and Jewish Law
It’s like they’re not even trying
Lead growing chorus condemning the boycott
The billionaire philanthropist built and bankrolled many Jewish causes
Becomes second university to do so after ASA’s Israel boycott
We’re pretty sure Jews didn’t write this one
Will European health officials take note?
It might seem undiplomatic, but it was actually pretty clever.
You’ll never guess who Iran’s state media thinks was behind the assassination
An interim accord with Iran was just signed. Here’s what it says.
The International Crisis Group makes some surprising recommendations
Event is sponsored by school’s Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
“There’s other really bad shit happening, but no one says anything”
Who built the ark? Russell Crowe.
The former U.K. Chief Rabbi weighs in on some of Jewry’s burning issues
He’ll teach in New York, lecture around the world, and publish more books to foster ‘a new generation of Jewish leadership’
A third of European Jews have considered emigrating because they felt unsafe
A case study in how not to report on the ultra-Orthodox community
Jonathan Sacks appointed professor of Jewish thought at both schools
Meet Menachem Genack, Orthodox Union CEO and Clinton confidant
In his Senate victory speech, Cory Booker cribbed from the prime minister
67 percent say reporting anti-Semitic incidents to authorities is ineffectual
Akiva Roth had previously taught at JTS