In reaction to news that Mel Gibson is set to direct "Lethal Weapon 5," Joshua Malina has written an op-ed about the star's accusations of anti-Semitism.
The family of Eliyah Hawila's wife was suspicious about their new son-in-law after finding his original ID listing his birth name.
Several phrases can be used to celebrate Hanukkah, from a simple "happy holiday" to warm wishes and blessings.
The teen's mother later wrote that he was not at all surprised by the antisemitic comments because it has become "the norm."
The former NFL star and current Senate candidate is experiencing fallout from a canceled fundraiser organized by a person who used a swastika on social media.
The hotel said in an email that it was "concerned and alarmed by the intolerable accusations" by the singer, and was reaching out to him for more information.
The president made the claim during Thursday remarks to Jewish leaders ahead of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
The Montreal Holocaust Museum said protesters appropriating yellow stars like the ones Nazis made Jews wear is "offensive" and "inaccurate."
A British High Court ruled in May that the child's life-sustaining care could be withdrawn as it is in her "best interests" because she has "no prospect of recovery."
Witnesses say the suspect pulled out a gun on the rabbi and tried to force him into the car. When the rabbi tried to flee, the suspect stabbed him repeatedly.
In a Facebook post, Rabbi Jonathan Berkun, a rabbi at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, wrote, "The suffering in Miami is of biblical proportions. The waiting, not knowing, hoping and praying is torturous."
Trump touted his work in the Middle East and said it "doesn't make sense" he didn't receive more Jewish votes.
On Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new law recognizing Hatzalah of South Florida as an official Florida Medical Emergency Service.
"The US and Israel have absolutely committed unspeakable atrocities. Crack a history book," Jewish Voice for Peace Action tweeted.
Marcus Wattley and seven assistant coaches allegedly forced a 17-year-old McKinley High School football player to eat a whole pepperoni pizza as a punishment for missing a training session.
New York City's mayor has promised that police will be out "in force in Jewish communities to protect people" amid an uptick in antisemitic attacks.
Goysplaining is not the only tool some progressives use to ignore antisemitism.
After coming under heavy scrutiny for comparing the House's mask mandate to the "yellow stars" Jewish people were marked with by Nazis, Greene continued to draw parallels on Tuesday saying that vaccine passports had the same effect.
Police are investigating the incident in Florida and were unable to locate the suspect at the scene.
A Brooklyn, New York, man has been arrested and is facing federal arson charges for setting a fire to a yeshiva and synagogue on May 19, according to a statement provided from the U.S. Department of Justice Saturday.
"It's like a Charlottesville every day when someone is driving down the street targeting Jewish neighborhoods," Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said on Friday.
"Our critique is of Israel and their human rights abuses. This is not an excuse for anti-semitic hate crimes," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas was agreed on Thursday evening after 11 days of violence in the region.
"The brutal system that controls Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories is ideologically founded upon Jewish supremacy, rules over the lives of Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel alike," the letter said.
Witnesses said that a caravan of vehicles with people waving pro-Palestinian flags approached the restaurant in the Beverly Grove neighborhood and began throwing glass bottles at diners while yelling anti-Jewish profanity.
Police are treating the vandalism as a hate crime.
The Israeli lawmaker has been tasked with forming a coalition government after Netanyahu failed to do so, but crossing political divides may mean giving up prime minister ambitions.
A stampede at a religious festival on Mount Meron Friday morning killed 45 people and injured over 150 others.
The chant was made ahead of a game against a team whose fans call themselves "Jews," and Jewish organizations are calling for prosecutions.
After the 2017 death of an Orthodox Jewish woman, courts have decided against going forward with a trial and questioned the frame of mind the suspect was in at the time of the crime.