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Maps also hone in on faculty members who back academic boycott of Israel.
"The good news is that the Swedish Academy and Bob Dylan have decided to meet this weekend," Sara Danius said in a blog post.
Culture and Sport Minister Mirii Regev has announced that the honor of lighting a torch at the national Independence Day ceremony will be granted to to a member of Diaspora Jewry this year.
Immigrants arrive in Israel, seeking a better life in Promised Land.
The bipartisan Combating Anti-Semitism Act of 2017 comes after over 150 bomb threat hoaxes were called into Jewish community centers starting in January.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The scare spree made international headlines and prompted the president to open his first address to a joint session of Congress with a robust condemnation of antisemitism.
By GIL HOFFMAN
“There is a golden opportunity with this new American administration to seize the regional approach to peace.”
Reut Institute says Israel suffers from "blind spot" with regard to Diaspora.
Protesters bore a banner saying: “Jews won’t be free until Palestinians are, reject AIPAC, reject occupation.”
The JCC posted a message on its website that the building was evacuated, as well as a post on its Facebook page which said the center was “temporarily closed to access.”
Five members of Abayudaya community studying in Israel for 5 months.
WZO uses Israel’s vegan culture to cultivate connections with Israel.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Bank faces criticism days after Texas Senate passes anti-BDS bill that will proceed to the chamber of the Texas House of Representatives.
By ANDREW TOBIN / JTA
Marc Zell made the comments Saturday night on the Republicans Overseas Israel Facebook page.
By NOA AMOUYAL
With the Jewish Agency’s Summer Shlichim program, young Israelis and North American counterparts learn about one another.
David Friedman, who was confirmed by the US Senate on Thursday, was received ambivalently by different Jewish groups that are more concerned than ever about Israel-US relations in the Trump era.
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Held outside Westminster Abbey Friday morning, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis described the event as "a powerful statement of togetherness."
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
With 187 of 193 voting Democrats signing, the letter to Trump released Friday is a pointed reminder of how divided the parties remain on how to define pro-Israel.
Immediately following the incident museum security secured the area and police were called.
The Freemasons are members of societies, or lodges, who engage in secret rituals that promoters of the movement say “instill in its members a moral and ethical approach to life.”
The study, commissioned by the World Jewish Congress, was conducted throughout 2016.
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“It was heartbreaking to learn that a Jewish man is a prime suspect.”
The manuscript was lent to the museum of the New York Historical Society by the government of Mexico after reportedly resurfacing on the auction circuit in 2015.
Powder compact was given by husband to his wife in Lodz ghetto.
In a rare move, almost all Democrat members of Senate voted against Friedman's nomination.
The honor was named for Eli Wiesel, the Holocaust memoirist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who helped found the museum.
The site, with graves dating from the 14th century to the early 17th century, was uncovered during excavations carried out during the restructuring of the Palazzo Leonori.
Jewish groups respond to Wednesday's deadly incident in which three people were killed by an attacker in the English city.
Panel members encouraged lawmakers to codify a common definition of antisemitism that would provide Americans and their diplomats with a clear understanding of what to look out for.
Case of Conservative converts source of dispute between religious leaders and Interior Ministry.
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