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Violence again in Jerusalem

An eight-year-old boy injured in a car ramming attack on Feb. 10 in Jerusalem died of his wounds the following day.

Earthquake brings Antioch’s 2,500-year-old Jewish community to an end

Jews have been present in Antakya — known in antiquity as Antioch — for nearly 2,500 years, since its founding under the Seleucid Empire.

Teen discovers rare gold bead

A bead made from pure gold at least 1,600 years ago was discovered by an 18-year volunteer sifting dirt at a Jerusalem archaeological site, the Israel Antiquities...

Deadly car ramming attack in Jerusalem

A Palestinian rammed his car into civilians at a Jerusalem bus stop on Friday afternoon, killing  a six-year-old boy and a 20-year-old man in Jerusalem.

IJN Mayoral Forum March 16

Plans are coming together for the Intermountain Jewish News Mayoral Forum, Thursday, March 16, 7 p.m., at BMH-BJ.

Odessa Jews facing a cold winter

This winter, the city of Odessa, Ukraine, feels like the heart of darkness. The city is under constant bombardment by the Russian military, freezing nighttime...

Hebrew College changes policy on interfaith relationships for clergy

Hebrew College will begin admitting and ordaining rabbinical students in interfaith relationships, according to new admissions standards revealed on Jan. 31.

Seven Israeli aid efforts for Turkey

Seven separate Israeli entities are sending aid to Turkey and Syria in the wake of the earthquakes that have struck the area.

Alawite town, ‘forbidden city,’ attracts

Ghajar (pronounced RA-zhar) for decades was unusually cut off from the rest of Israel. Residents could come and go, but outsiders could visit only through prior...

Native Denverite co-authors book on notorious Rikers Island

Reuven Blau, a native Denverite and the son of a Holocaust survivor, suggests his father George Blau may have inspired him to strive for change within New York City’s...