This article points the finger at the ultra-Orthodox segment in Israel for the attack on a local gay youth club.
This article uses statistics to show that intermarriage really isn’t a “disaster.” You be the judge.
Is Judaism a race or a religion? The UK brawl over “Who is a Jew” continues.
Some Catholics are embracing their Jewish heritage while others are finding it problematic.
An interview with the man who decided Israel doesn’t accept diaspora Orthodox conversions ‘carte blanche.’
The haredi (ultra-Orthodox) can’t catch a break in the news this week. Here’s more fuel to that fire.
A symbolic public wedding ceremony is held by Russian couple who cannot legally marry in Israel.
Okay, the story’s a little cheesy but it defies the old fairytale about non-Jewish women stealing “our Jewish men.” Here’s another tale of a non-Jewish woman dragging her Jewish husband (kicking and screaming) back to Judaism.
The Ethiopian woman, whose conversion was annulled amidst a trial that pitted her against the yeshiva student who ran her over in a parking lot, finally speaks out.
Controversy arises over “Certificate of Return” being issued to Anusim without a conversion process.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit challenging a Georgia law that mandates all foods sold as kosher adhere to Orthodox religious rules and requirements.
Historian Jonathan D. Sarna looks back at a history of Jews making headlines for criminal behavior.
Does anyone else feel like Time magazine reports Jewish news, like, two months too late? Did they really just hear about this case? Anyway, this article is very to the point.