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Legendary songstress Barbra Streisand made a recent visit to Israel and commented on the gender inequality in Orthodox Jewish communities.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker "has taken her extreme and hostile views to a shocking new level" in her latest book on intertwined personal, spiritual, and political destinies, according a review of the book by the Anti-Defamation League .
Streisand, De Niro and Clinton join world leaders and other dignitaries as president marks his 90th birthday at start of conference.
"We're doing the Disney World version of Israel," Dave Barry says as he sits down in an overstuffed chair in the lobby of Jerusalem's Inbal Hotel.
Five hundred and twenty-one years after 1492, Spain is well on its way toward reclaiming its Sephardi heritage.
Police say 28 cars vandalized, houses sprayed with graffiti in Arab village in "price tag" attack; Vandalism contrary to values of democracy, says PM.
Candidly Speaking: It is highly overdue for the state to intervene and ensure that anti-Zionist rabbis are no longer sponsored by the state.
Sunday-morning bagel and lox breakfasts once were mainstays of Reform temple men's clubs.
Alyth chairman Harriet Radley with Rabbi Mark Goldsmith, president Brenda Freedman, former president Jeffery Rose and Rabbi Josh Levy.
Shas chairman Knesset Member Aryeh Deri arrived at Abu Ghosh on Tuesday after vandals slashed car tires and sprayed graffiti reading "Arabs out" in the village.
Explore the Jewish traditions and learning about the jewish customs in the Carolinas.
That's the mantra which keeps German native Hans Myors peddling, as he travels the United States on his recumbent bicycle, spreading God's word.
Judaism has a long, rich history of bitter, no-holds barred infighting, particularly among rabbis.
Jewish-American superstar Barbra Streisand visits the Western Wall, Judaism holiest site in Jerusalem's Old City on June 16, 2013.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at the North American Board Meeting for the Union for Reform Judaism, May 31, 2013, in New York City.
Some 250 Liberal Jews from across the country congregated at Birmingham Progressive Synagogue on Sunday for a day of celebration and learning.
A Bar Mitzvah boy yesterday really impressed me with his simple but moving words at the end of a celebration.