(JTA)  The leader of a Neo-Nazi group that distributed threatening antisemitic flyers to local Jewish residents, journalists and activists who tried to expose antisemitism in Seattle was sentenced to seven years in prison on Tuesday the 11th.

(JTA)  The leader of a Neo-Nazi group that distributed threatening antisemitic flyers to local Jewish residents, journalists and activists who tried to expose antisemitism in Seattle was sentenced to seven years in prison on Tuesday the 11th.

(JTA) Rabbi Shlomo Adelman returned to his position leading a Modern Orthodox yeshiva in New Jersey in October, just weeks being placed on leave following an allegation that he had molested a camper decades earlier.

(JTA) Israel announced Monday Jan 3rd that it would reduce its restrictions on travel that were first put in place in November to delay the spread of the Omicron variant, but visitors from the United States are still barred from entering.

(JNS) The Anti-Defamation League is offering a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who the New York City Police Department says punched a Jewish man in the face multiple times on Sunday morning the 19th.

(JNS) Attempted arson attacks, vandalism, the dissemination of anti-Semitic materials and packages containing potentially toxic materials are just some of the threats Jews in North American have recently had to face. In response, the community has decided to raise the issue of synagogue secu…

(JNS)  The chancellor of the City University of New York (CUNY) said he rejects a resolution passed earlier this month by the CUNY Law Student Government Association (LSGA) that “proudly and unapologetically” endorses the BDS movement against Israel and condemns pro-Israel student groups on campus.

(JTA) Just days after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a vaccine mandate for employees of private schools — including religious schools — a major Hasidic leader has instructed his followers in Brooklyn to comply with the mandate.

(JTA)  In January of 1943, Irma Lauscher, a teacher at the Theresienstadt concentration camp in Czechoslovakia, smuggled a tree into the camp so that the Jewish children imprisoned by the Nazis could celebrate Tu B’Shevat in a secret ceremony. The children used their water rations to nurture…

(JTA) Administrators at California State University, Fresno, announced this week they would consider renaming the school’s Henry Madden Library, after a professor at the university shared with students that Madden, a longtime librarian at the school, was an antisemite and vocal Hitler supporter.

(JNS) On November 10, 2021 StandWithUs, along with current students attending the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, and Silberman alumna, submitted a complaint against the Silberman School and Hunter College, part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system, to the Unit…

(JNS) U.S. President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as Special Envoy for Combating and Monitoring anti-Semitism Deborah Lipstadt said  that she was most worried about the rise in casual anti-Semitism and the questioning of the importance of the Holocaust among today’s society more than overt d…

(JTA)  A new piece of legislation passed with Congress’ massive bipartisan infrastructure bill on Friday the 5th of November, will put fifty million USD into upgrading the energy efficiency of synagogue, religious school and other nonprofit buildings.

(JNS) The U.S. Senate on Wednesday the 3rd confirmed U.S. President Joe Biden’s nominee for ambassador to Israel, making banking executive Thomas Nides the United States’ top envoy to its closest ally in the Middle East.

(JTA) A rally took place at George Washington University Monday the 1st after a fraternity on campus said a small Torah used in its initiation process was damaged during a vandalism spree.