On March 2, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Today marks the birth anniversary of one of the pioneering Egyptian geographers, Gamal Hemdan. He was born on February 4, 1928.
Michael Morris, a curator at New York's Museum of Jewish Heritage, was trying to fulfill a run-of-the mill request when he uncovered a treasure trove of eyewitness depictions of the Holocaust, drawn in pencil, ink and crayon.
The president affirmed that the resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict must be accomplished in a way that preserves the rights of the Palestinian people.
Bosnian musicians keep Sephardic Jews' dwindling language alive.
The Bahraini Foreign Ministry condemned Saturday's attack on a synagogue in Pennsylvania in which at least 11 people were killed and several others injured.
Trump has ordered all US flags on government property to be flown at half-staff through October 31 over the killing of 11 person in an attack on a synagogue.
A gunman yelling, “All Jews must die,” stormed a Pittsburgh synagogue during Saturday services, killing 11 worshippers and wounding six other people.
At least 5,000 tourists, including more than 100 Israelis, expected at Africa's oldest synagogue, Ghriba, on island of Djerba
Abe on Sunday honoured a Japanese diplomat credited with saving an estimated 6,000 Jews from almost certain death in 1940.
More than 2,000 Jews joined Israel's chief rabbis at Jerusalem's Western Wall on Thursday to pray for rain as the country faces a fourth straight dry winter.
An Israeli court on Saturday freed without charge three Turks who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting police outside a Jerusalem holy site.
A Jewish woman lives with Muslim daughters and a Christian husband.
Poland's Jewish community leaders on Wednesday