Venezuela: Hugo Chavez’ Anti-Semitic Election Campaign
February 24 2012 8:11 AM EST
Regardless of how Capriles identifies himself, his candidacy has unleashed a wave of anti-Jewish sentiments in Venezuela, a country with a long history of anti-Semitism.
Queen Elizabeth Defends Christianity as ‘Under-Appreciated and Misunderstood;’ Graces Red at Diamond Jubilee Event [PHOTOS]
February 16 2012 5:54 AM EST
Queen Elizabeth Defends Christianity as ‘Under-Appreciated and Misunderstood’: Graces Red at Diamond Jubilee Event [PHOTOS]
Ancient Goldmine Discovered in Ethiopia, Are We Close to Solving Biblical Queen of Sheba’s Treasure Mystery?
February 15 2012 7:33 AM EST
An ancient goldmine discovered on a hill on the Gheralta plateau in northern Ethiopia is said to be the treasure trove of Queen of Sheba.
Oliver Stone’s Filmmaker Son Converts to Islam
February 14 2012 2:47 PM EST
Sean’s father Oliver is Jewish, while his mother is Christian.
Iran Crisis: Might Israel Attack During Purim?
February 10 2012 7:43 AM EST
If the Jewish State does indeed make a move against Iran, there exists a Biblical precedent for such a momentous event.
Tim Tebow: Top Ten To-Do-List For Off-Season
January 17 2012 8:36 PM EST
Despite losing a crucial playoff game against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has nonetheless become the most popular player in the NFL and one of the most talked-about celebrities in the country.
The Vanishing Jews of Tunisia
January 14 2012 7:06 PM EST
Tunisia is one of the few Arab Muslim countries that still has a significant Jewish community (which traces its origins back 2,000 years).
Sausage and Cancer: Maybe Jews, Hindus and Muslims Are Right
January 14 2012 1:43 PM EST
The prohibition on eating pigs stretches back to antiquity.
Katy Perry's Dad Apologizes: 'I Am Not an Anti-Semite'
January 10 2012 5:34 PM EST
Katy Perry's dad has apologized for an anti-Semitic rant he made last week while preaching at an Ohio church.
Israel: 'Shocking' Holocaust Protest Sparks Ultra-Orthodox Fury
January 02 2012 10:36 AM EST
Ultra-Orthodox Jews dressed up as Holocaust prisoners in a protest against what they feel is the Israeli government's unjust persecution of the their conservative community.
Fox Apologizes for Facebook Poll Asking if Jews Killed Jesus
December 30 2011 3:00 AM EST
Fox Latin America has apologized for a Facebook poll which sought to uncover people's opinions on who was responsible for the death of Jesus Christ.
Aisha Gadhafi May Seek Asylum in Israel
December 29 2011 12:03 PM EST
Rumors have persisted for many years that Gaddafi might have been Jewish.
Long Island Eye: Where are Nassau and Suffolk Headed in 2012 and Beyond?
December 24 2011 10:16 AM EST
What’s ahead for 2012? Obviously, change, some for the better and others for worse. Fortunately, the Island’s unemployment rate fell to 6.7 percent from 7.2 percent a year ago, the state labor department said. But its principal Long Island economist, Michael Crowell, said that may reflect a declining work force, with too many “discouraged workers” who’ve given up looking.
Hanukkah, the Festival Of Lights, Begins Tuesday (PHOTOS)
December 19 2011 5:00 AM EST
Hanukkah, an annual eight-day long Jewish holiday, will begin, this year, on the evening of Dec. 20. The festival commemorates victory in a battle against the Syrian-Greeks, on the 25th of Kislev, a month in the Hebrew calendar.
Google Holiday Easter Eggs: 'Let it Snow,' Turn on The Lights With 'Hanukkah' [VIDEO]
December 18 2011 7:38 AM EST
If you enjoyed seeing your search results doing a complete 360 flip when you typed in do a barrel roll then you will most certainly enjoy these two new holiday Easter eggs from Google: let it snow and Hanukkah.
Harvard Fires Hindu Professor for Writing Anti-Muslim Tract
December 08 2011 3:47 PM EST
he op-ed came on the heels of a series of bombings in Mumbai that killed almost two dozen people in mid-July.
Pogromly: Neo-Nazis' Anti-Semitic Version of Monopoly
December 06 2011 2:18 AM EST
Members of a neo-Nazi cell alleged to have killed at least 10 people in Germany between 2000 and 2006 had distributed an anti-Semitic version of the popular board game Monopoly called Pogromly, in which the playing field constitutes of Nazi symbols, German authorities said.
Long Island Eye: The SAT Cheating Scandal Grows
November 19 2011 6:39 AM EST
By Thanksgiving, the number of young people on Long Island charged with cheating on their college board exams is expected to reach 13, with at least five more arrests on tap, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said.
Gaza Violence Simmers After Truce Announced
October 30 2011 2:03 PM EDT
Violence between Israel and Gaza militants flared anew Sunday after Egypt said it had brokered a truce to end attacks that have killed 10 Palestinian gunmen and an Israeli civilian in the past five days.
Israel Air Strike Kills 5 Palestinian Militants in Gaza
October 29 2011 12:52 PM EDT
Islamic Jihad -- which is not directly affiliated with Hamas -- said it will take revenge for the killings.