About 300 people attended the reopening of the Wooden Synagogue, or Lemnaria Synagogue, which was founded in 1835 and seized in 1940.
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After almost a month of media reports and investigations into the financial and personal connections between Leslie H. Wexner, L Brands chairman and CEO and founder of the Wexner Foundation, and his former money manager Jeffrey Epstein, a registered sex offender, Wexner issued a "personal" response to the foundation's community Aug. 7.
(JTA) — Two senators have introduced bi-partisan legislation to give funds to synagogues, and other religious and cultural institutions, to he…
(JTA) — The University of California, Berkeley, has created an endowed faculty chair in Israel studies.
(JTA) — Two Jewish women have pledged between them $122 million toward the restoration of Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral, which was ravaged in a fire.
Albert Geller was remembered for his commitment to tikkun olam and giving back to the community.
The Israeli cabinet authorized a deduction of 500 million shekels (nearly $140 million) from the P.A. due to its longstanding policy of paying monthly stipends to convicted terrorists and their families.