After the rabbi of the oldest standing synagogue in the U.S. wrote to George Washington, the first American president responded in kind.
Frederick Knefler was a Hungarian-born Jew who not only adopted America as his home, but became an American hero during several battles of the Civil War.
Being back in Chicago for the first time since my father’s passing has been hard, but has also given me peace, as I see how his life’s work, The Fellowship, is only growing stronger in our mission of bringing Christians and Jews together to do God’s work.
After two mass shooting attacks in the U.S. left 29 dead, PM Netanyahu sent "condolences to the bereaved families, best wishes for recovery to the injured, and solidarity with the American people."
In a heartening bipartisan move, American legislators voted 398-17 against the movement to boycott Israel and for increased aid to the Jewish state.
The United States Senate has introduced bipartisan legislation to help with health care for the remaining Holocaust survivors living in America.
The American president congratulated his Israeli counterpart on making history and making Israel a better place.
After this year's deadly anti-Semitic shooting at a California synagogue, Pence and his wife let the rabbi and his congregation know what they mean to America.
Stand for Israel is suspending activity Thursday, July 4, for America's Independence Day. We’ll be back on Friday, July 5 — and rest assured, if any critically important developments related to Israel come up over the weekend, we’ll be here to let you know about them. Thank you for always standing for Israel!
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