Poll: Israelis view non-Orthodox converts as Jews
Israel grinds to a halt for Yom Kippur fasting day
Internet holy day blackout imposed in Israel
Grant to miss West Ham match due to Yom Kippur
A new spat in Israel: What time is it?
JERUSALEM — When Israel moved its clocks back early Sunday in preparation for the holy fast day of Yom Kippur, people in this high-decibel society found something new to disagree about: the time of day.
Pa. mosque opens peacefully near synagogue, church
50,000 Hasidic mark Jewish New Year in Ukraine
US church to go ahead with Sept. 11 Quran burning
NY synagogue plot suspect heard boasting on tape
Abbas: No peace talks with settlement building
Influential Israeli rabbi says Abbas should perish
Russia refuses to turn over Jewish library to US
More than matzo balls: Kosher cooking revisited
Israel: Controversial conversion bill shelved
Md. weighs allowing inmates’ own clergy at death
Netanyahu says he will oppose conversion bill
Liberal groups slam new Israel law on conversion
AP INTERVIEW: Passion Play called more balanced
Hawaii gov consults with rabbis on civil unions
Israel’s ultra-Orthodox turn to consumer clout
Israeli PM: Gaza blockade prevents attacks
Israel deports all activists from Gaza-bound ships
Turkish lawmakers urge govt to review Israel ties
Turkey: Israel to release all Turks from aid ships
WH chief of staff in Israel for son’s bar mitzvah
Once-a-decade passion play opening
OBERAMMERGAU, Germany — Time advances slowly in this Alpine village, measured in decade-long spans between performances of Oberammergau’s nearly 400-year-old enactment of the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Ultra-Orthodox Israelis protest grave removal
Joint school for chaplains opens at Fort Jackson
Gaza report judge to attend grandson’s bar mitzvah
SAfrican judge says he won’t attend bar mitzvah
Jewish artifact burial site raises concerns in NJ
Why do Israel’s Arabs like eating matzoh?
UMM EL-FAHM, Israel — Many Jewish Israelis can’t stand the stuff, so there’s something mind-boggling about their Arab compatriots: Why in the world do they choose to eat matzoh?
Israeli rabbis warn about fake Passover matzah
Wrong religion: Israeli ruins re-identified
Egypt cancels unveiling of restored synagogue
From Israel, a radical way to boost organ donation
Jewish retiree creates stir defending Pope Pius
Egypt to pay for restoration of all synagogues
Israel names new chief military rabbi
JERUSALEM — Israel on Wednesday appointed a new chief military rabbi to replace a polarizing figure critics say injected a militant mix of religion and nationalism into the secular institution.
Controversial chief military rabbi ends term
Ultra-Orthodox seek boycott of their own Web sites
Rabbi wants to buy Libyan estate in NJ
ENGLEWOOD, N.J. — A rabbi who lives next door to the New Jersey mansion where Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi sought to stay during his first U.S. visit wants to buy the site and turn it into a Jewish learning center.
Pilot diverts jet over teen’s in-flight prayer
Pope defends Pius against Jewish critics
ROME — In a synagogue visit haunted by history, Pope Benedict XVI and Jewish leaders sparred Sunday over the record of the World War II-era pope during the Holocaust and agreed on the need to strengthen Catholic-Jewish relations.
Pope defends Pius against critics
ROME AP) — In a synagogue visit haunted by history, Pope Benedict XVI and Jewish leaders sparred Sunday over the record of the World II-era pope during the Holocaust and agreed on the need to strengthen Catholic-Jewish relations.