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“When we move from the politics of me to the politics of all of us together… That is what makes great nations.”
Jamaica has its first kosher restaurant.
“We still stand behind Dyke March Chicago’s decision to remove the Zionist contingent from their event, & we won’t allow Zionist displays at ours.”
By Israeli law, Jews are not allowed to pray at their holiest site — a fact that Arabs use to inspire deligitimization and even terrorism.
“This will be a situation that everyone will be able to attend the events,” Short added.
Slate says men and women are perceived differently by society when they cheat.
Hungary is mutating into an illiberal democracy, putting Jews and other minorities at risk. The European Union and the rest of the West must respond.
I used to eat on Tisha B’Av in keeping with how my dad, a Holocaust survivor, observed (or didn’t observe) the fast. I’ve now found a compromise.
“I stand with @Cernovich & @JackPosobiec,” Mandel wrote.
Michael Heckle — an atheist Iowan of Christian background — has opened his mind to questions about race, religion and community.
JERUSALEM — An Israeli blogger who also holds Russian and Ukrainian citizenship was sentenced to three years in prison in Azerbaijan for il…
BERLIN — The Anne Frank Center in Berlin has distanced itself from the statement of a freelance guide who compared the suffering of Jews …
The odd suggestion appeared while one tourist was searching for “entertaining things to do” in Canada.
Barak savaged Bibi over the slew of corruption scandals that have hit the premier, comparing him to the famous Italian mobster Vito Corleone.
Once called “The Jerusalem of the Balkans,” the large Greek city is trying to rebuild its Jewish identity on the very land where it was destroyed.
“It is difficult not to be impressed by the sight of the immense underground reservoir quarried out so many years ago,” said the head of the project.
Dates, locations, and film scoops: everything you need to know to enjoy the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
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