In choosing tacit support of Bannon’s appointment by maintaining silence the JCRC has chosen quietude over leadership and brings it closer to irrelevance.
On September 4, 1965, Lin Jaldati stepped onto a stage in Pyongyang, North Korea and quite possibly became the first person in Communist North Korea to sing in Yiddish. As I will discuss in a July 13 talk at the Yiddish Book Center’s Paper Bridge Summer Arts Festival in Amherst, Mass., Jaldati and her husband, Eberhard Rebling, became the voices of leftist Yiddish culture throughout the Communist world at the height of the Cold War.
David Shneer fell in love again with the president after attending, along with his husband of 15 years, the recent White House’s pride party.
David Shneer takes a deeper look at the evangelical Christian friends of Israel whose understanding of Jews seems rather hostile.