For many Jews, today’s World Cup match between Argentina and Iran is far more than a soccer game — it’s a chance to remind the world of the deadly 1994 AMIA terror bombing.
The eyes of the world are glued to the soccer stadiums of Brazil. But a group of Argentinian fans has a slightly more spiritual focus during the World Cup.
Not every Jew in Rio cares about the World Cup. Most believe it will be business as usual — except for the occasional traffic jam on game days.
Brazilian Jews have joined the massive movement demanding change in one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. They draw inspiration from Jewish ideals — and Israeli social protests.
Brazil is a democratic country with a growing economy. Yet a new generation is fed up with decades of corruption and mismanagement — and taking to the streets.
‘The Wine of Solitude’ is the most autobiographical novel from Irene Némirovsky, who died in Auschwitz in 1942. It confirms her place in the pantheon of Jewish writers.
Jewish groups are seeking to limit the damaging fallout from a controversial New York subway ad campaign that suggests Muslims are ‘savage.’
New York City is searching for an official app to make it easier to catch a yellow cab. Not surprisingly, several of the top contenders for the coveted online spot are run by Jews.