Mayor of Paris Announces Building of $11 Million Jewish Cultural Institution
“I want to convey a different message to France and its Jews: We determine our own future.”
Jewish Groups Celebrate Legalization of Gay Marriage Nationwide
Thirteen Jewish groups, among them organizations representing the Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative streams, were among the 25 joining the amicus brief the ADL filed in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Rabbinic Call: Marriage Annuled after Groom Turns Out to be Transgender
The Jerusalem Rabbinate decided to nullify a marriage it had performed, when it became clear that the groom was actually a transgender man.
Jewish Agency to Create Conversion Courts
The Jewish Agency for Israel plans to establish special overseas courts for people wishing to convert to Judaism.
Israeli Student Group Turned Away from Louvre
The famed Louvre Museum is one of two major cultural sites in Paris being accused of discrimination after rejecting requests to visit by Israeli art history students.
Anti-Semitic Incidents Reach Record High in Canada
Recorded anti-Semitic incidents reached an all-time high in Canada last year.
Soul Food, June 30
Life is too short for long-term grudges.- Elon Musk