“There is, oddly enough, a strong undercurrent of Jewiness to many — though certainly not all — classics of gay theater.”
“Disarming us is like Satan dreaming of heaven. No one can take away our weapons.”
Jewish leaders in Canada are debating a measure meant to prevent intolerance aimed at Muslims and other minorities.
Syria targeted Israeli fighter jets patrolling in Lebanon earlier this week, which led to Israel hitting a Syrian army outpost.
A Manhattan hotel is offering a $1,000 bagel whose “schmear” includes truffles and superfood… with proceeds going to charity.
The Bible suggests that the oppression of women is a curse — one that must be fought.
The city wants to buy out damaged homes and replace them with green space—but that may lead to the breakup of heavily-Jewish neighborhoods.
“You’re asking for it and you’re going to get it … I can do you,” Howard Stern told Emma Bunton.
Watch the speech live here.
Rabbis from Chabad Poland fiercely rebut claims of cozying up to the authoritarian Polish government.
At the Kolech conference in Jerusalem, the Israeli religious feminist movement gathered to talk about its mission.
If the students are found to have violated rules on disrupting events, they could possibly be expelled.
When we tell boys often enough that they’re too weak to abide by our natural boundaries, they grow up believing it.
From pinkwashing to pride, “A Queer Country” explores the spectrum of the LGBTQ experience in Israel.
A Hungarian printer who helped Jews flee the Nazis during the Holocaust was honored with a plaque in Budapest.
Posters and photographs reveal how Holocaust survivors celebrated Simchat Torah with Yiddish theater and dancing in the 1940s
Joshua Cohen’s new novel reimagines the Biblical character as the wealthy Jewish owner of a moving company.
Musicologist Walter Zev Feldman taught the audience how to move Jewish-style, eliciting questions about Judaism in general.
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