By YEHUDA SUGAR (Chabad.org via JNS) – Its hallowed walls smeared with sordid anti-Semitic graffiti after being taken over by squatters
By FAYGIE HOLT (JNS) – For two days in mid-August, 575 men left their jobs, families and hometowns to cycle some
By YAAKOV LAPPIN (JNS) – A succession of security incidents on the Gazan-Israeli border in recent days has once again shattered
DC Report By Douglas Bloomfield When I started to write this column a couple weeks ago it appeared Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
(JNS) – Israel and South Korea have concluded three years of negotiations on a free trade agreement, officials have announced,
By SHIRYN GHERMEZIAN (JNS) – The 15th European Maccabi Games, which some have likened to the Jewish Olympics, concluded on Aug.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN (JTA) — Since early June, protesters in Hong Kong have been gathering multiple times a week to fight
ALBANY– Congregation Beth Emeth will hold its annual fall Welcome Back Shabbat Unplugged Service and Dinner on Friday, Sept. 6,
Israel’s 2007 decision to attack a Syrian nuclear facility is chronicled by Yaacov Katz; Is it a warning?
By EDWIN BLACK Jerusalem Post editor Yaakov Katz probably had no way of knowing that this would be a perfect time