Using coins, vessels and inscriptions, researchers hope to share with the Arab world how early Islam in the Holy Land was a period of relative tolerance for Jews and Muslims
Jewish social justice group NeverAgainAus held a small but visible protest outside Federal Departrment of Immigration in Canberra last week.
Judge claims Christina Fernandez de Kirchner covered up the alleged Iranian involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish centre
Israeli PM meets Emmanuel Macron in Paris, after another large rally against his government is held in Tel Aviv
Jerusalem may be just a distraction. Last month Abbas was called to Riyadh to see the Saudi prince. Their chat sent shock waves through the region
ADAM SLONIM Does Trump realise that they need to co-exist, and what promise did he extract from Netanyahu in exchange for recognising Jerusalem as his capital?
Poland’s chief rabbi describes the excavation as the worst desecration of a Jewish cemetery he has seen during his 17 years as a rabbi
Though it is 2,200 years old, Hanukkah is one of Judaism’s newest holidays, an annual Jewish celebration that does not even appear in the Hebrew Bible
“These people aren’t part of the State of Israel,” Avigdor Liberman says after residents of Wadi Ara demonstrate against Trump’s Jerusalem declaration
ANSHEL PFEFFER: Three factors are absent: Joint interests of the occupied communities, leaders ready to burn their bridges, an end of Palestinian war-weariness