In the Talmud, a timely story about what it means to be a people
Israeli Jews and diaspora Jews: one people divided by a common tongue
He’s a convert to Orthodox Judaism, married to an Israeli woman, and wants nothing more than to become a citizen of Israel—so why has Israel’s government kept him stuck in a bureaucratic nightmare?
Israel’s Interior Ministry is not allowing a cohort of nine Venezuelan Jewish converts to make aliyah, claiming their engagement in the dwindling Jewish community has not been sufficient
But will Uganda’s Abayudaya Jews, most of whom converted before 2009, be able to immigrate to Israel under the Law of Return?
New data from The Jewish Agency reveals that 70 percent of Olim came from France, Russia, and Ukraine in 2015. What does this mean for immigration to Israel in the long run?
The ruthless Jewish gangster is all business on the Prohibition-era HBO show
Infamous 1986 spying case plays out in NYC production of The Law of Return
Non-Jews can now make aliyah with their Jewish, same-sex spouses
A recent contretemps in Israel served to underscore the surprising and recent cohesion among the branches of U.S. Judaism
Claims eccentric Israeli entrepreneur