Articles in "Jewish World"

UK: Car Vandalized with Swastika on Yom Kippur

A car in Bristol, United Kingdom, was vandalized with graffiti of a swastika on Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish ...

WATCH: Can’t Make it to the Kotel Because of COVID-19? The Jewish Agency will Place a Prayer Note for You

The Jewish Agency for Israel announced on Wednesday a global campaign to gather the prayers of Jews from Israel and around the world and ...

India’s Jewish MMA & Kickboxing Champion Set to Make Aliyah

Obed Hrangchal, 26, a Jewish-Indian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Kickboxing champion is set to make Aliyah to Israel and hopes to represent ...

‘Providing Material Assistance to a Terror Organization:’ SFSU Hosting Notorious Terrorist

Leila Khaled, a convicted terrorist who continues to advocate for the murder of Israeli civilians, was invited by San Francisco State ...

71% of Jews in Europe have Experienced Anti-Semitic Attack – EU Survey

A staggering 71% of Jews in Europe have experienced an anti-Semitic attack, according to a poll conducted by the European Union (EU) among ...

‘I Want to Breathe in Israel’: One Woman’s Drive for Aliyah Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Israeli organizations entrusted with facilitating Aliyah (immigration to Israel) have recently marked a sharp increase in the number of ...

Former Albanian Minister Becomes First Muslim to Join Org that Fights Anti-Semitism

Former Albanian government minister Valentina Leskaj has joined the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM) Advisory Board, becoming the first ...

For First Time in Ukraine Parliament’s History, Rabbi Awarded Medal of Honor

Rabbi Yonatan Markovitch, the Chief Rabbi of Kiev, on Monday was officially awarded the Medal and a Certificate of honor by Ukraine's ...

Learning in Quarantine: Foreign Students Return to Israel

During their two-week quarantine, Kol Ami participants are still learning about Israel, Judaism, and Jewish culture, from their ...

Despite COVID-19 Lockdowns, Summer Camps Connecting Campers to Jewish Community Through Technology

Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns have caused summer camps to close, but these crucial educational endeavors are still connecting campers to ...