A newly approved British anti-Semitism law may pose legal hurdles for Israel Apartheid Week events on university campuses in the United Kingdom. This week, one university canceled a speech critical of Israel and other campuses are considering nixing events to avoid running afoul of the new law, according to the Jewish Chronicle.
Muslim activists Linda Sarsour and Tarek El-Messidi have launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the repair of a St. Louis Jewish cemetery that was vandalized over the weekend — and the response has been overwhelming.
Ben and Jerry’s added three vegan ice cream flavors to their lineup this month, increasing the options available to those who keep kosher or who can’t eat dairy.
A St. Louis Jewish cemetery is repairing dozens of headstones trashed by vandals over the weekend, and accepting donations to the restoration efforts online.
Looking like Melania Trump is propelling a relatively obscure Israeli actress and model to national U.S. acclaim.
A JCC outside San Diego evacuated the building and called the police after receiving an emailed bomb threat.
An anonymous Yeshiva University student is using a Facebook page to expose racism, misogyny and homophobia on the venerable school’s campus.
“It didn’t take very long. We’re disappointed, but unfortunately, not surprised,” Yeshiva University Feminism Club wrote on Facebook.
Isaac and Roza Blum got married during the war. “We didn’t know if we were going to live, so we wanted to be together,” Isaac said.
Supermodel Karlie Kloss, girlfriend of Josh Kushner, apologized on Twitter for posing in a geisha robe for a Vogue photo shoot.