Judy Maltz


American Vacationers Wake Up in Israel War Zone

By Judy Maltz

American Vacationers Wake Up in Israel War Zone
They came to Israel on vacation and suddenly found themselves in the midst of a war. American tourists were trying to keep their nerve — even as the bomb sirens blared.Read More


Holocaust Study Debunks Myth of 'Ungrateful Jew'

By Judy Maltz

Holocaust Study Debunks Myth of 'Ungrateful Jew'
In Poland, they were known as the ungrateful Jews. These were Jews who survived the Holocaust because of the selfless acts of thousands of Polish rescuers who put their lives on the line for them but were never properly thanked.Read More


In Search For Abe Foxman Replacement, An Unusual Candidate Emerges

By Judy Maltz

In Search For Abe Foxman Replacement, An Unusual Candidate Emerges
When it comes to who will replace Abraham Foxman, any guess is as good as the other. But among the names being tossed around, one definitely stands out as unusual.Read More


The Jew Who Fell in Love With Wagner

By Judy Maltz

The Jew Who Fell in Love With Wagner
(Haaretz) — The music of German composer Richard Wagner was never played in his parents’ home: Too many bad associations with Hitler and the Nazis, explains filmmaker Hilan Warshaw.Read More


Birthright Eases 'Jewish' Definition as Applications for Free Israel Trip Dip

By Judy Maltz

Birthright Eases 'Jewish' Definition as Applications for Free Israel Trip Dip
Stung by ‘propaganda’ accusations, Taglit-Birthright is battling a dip in applications by seeking out new participants with little or no connection to the Jewish community.Read More






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