The Auschwitz Museum on Monday dismissed criticism of its installation of sprinklers at the entrance to the Nazi death camp, saying they were put there for the health and safety of visitors during extreme summer heat, and that it was wrong to associate them with gas chamber showers.
Yeshivah Centre chief rabbi Zvi Telsner has stood down after he allegedly accused sex abuse victims of trying to destroy his community, calling one “crazy”.
When Gitty Katz learned she was pregnant with twins earlier this winter, she was overcome with despair.
Dutch authorities advised Dutch Chief Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs to avoid traveling in international trains last year.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu faced criticism on Tuesday from haredi politicians for having eaten in a non-kosher restaurant serving rabbit, escargot and lobster during a recent trip to Italy.
An Israeli submarine that sank 47 years ago probably went down due to a technical failure, according to a report released by the navy on Monday.
A Manhattan real estate developer has been charged with drunkenly slamming his Porsche into a utility pole and leaving his buddy to die after he was thrown from the vehicle.
DAYTON – John Felton says he had it just arrived in Dayton with his brother for a birthday party and was driving down Salem Avenue.
Rechasim, Israel – Hours after a father received the news that his daughter will not be accepted into a Bais Yaakov school, he was found dead in a park near the local shul in Rechasim in Northern Israel.
Bangkok – Thai police issued arrest warrants Monday for two more suspects, a Thai woman and a foreign man of unknown nationality, as part of a widening investigation that yielded its first arrest over the weekend in connection with a deadly bombing in Bangkok two weeks ago.