The novel “A Girl in a Blue Shirt” by Tel Aviv University Professor, Gabriel Bensimhon, was translated earlier this month By ILANIT CHERNICK In a historic first for Israel-Morocco ties, an Israeli novel has been ...
Those behind the proposed bill decided to choose November 1 as it’s the official date of the establishment of the Spanish Inquisition in 1478
Over 100 organizations and communities have signed up to take part in the mass Kaddish – mourners’ prayer – Initiative that will also include a special memorial prayer By ILANIT CHERNICK “We have seen with ...
The report highlighted that antisemitic hate crimes have risen 14% since 2018 with over 60% of 2019’s religion-based hate crimes being motivated by offenders with an anti-Jewish bias
Jewish communities in Muslim countries like Bahrain, Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE, and Turkey are all joining together to celebrate the Abraham Accords during Thursday’s special event
The gem sealing was embedded in a ring, and it dates from the first century CE, which is during the Second Temple period and was believed to have been worn by a Jew
Last week, the Randburg Magistrates Court, near Johannesburg, found Matome Letsoalo guilty of crimen injuria for threatening the Jewish community
The study, which was conducted by the Claims Conference, surveyed the millennial and Generation Z Populace in all 50 states in the US for the first time ever; 1 in 10 respondents under the age ...
‘To tackle antisemitism effectively, relevant stakeholders need to be able to rely on robust data on antisemitic incidents to enable more efficient targeting of interventions.’
Last week, Kiev’s Chief Rabbi, Yonatan Markovitch was officially awarded the Medal and Certificate of Honor at the nation’s parliament building