Opening this month, the Museum of Jewish Montreal — located in a traditional Ashkenazi neighborhood — is the brainchild of Zev Moses who’s been running an online version of the museum for half a decade.
Once, Csanád Szegedi was a leader of Hungary’s extremist right-wing Jobbik Party. Then he found out he was Jewish. His discovery and transformation are the subjects of the new documentary “Keep Quiet.”19
As we approach the centenary of Louis Brandeis’s swearing-in as our nation’s first Jewish Supreme Court justice, Talya Zax remembers when Brandeis’s words helped her high school team fight for a national title.
An occasional tweeter finds the courage to support Israel online in an unlikely place: the feed of male celebrity Joshua Malina.
The deadline for resolving the crisis over the new egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall in Jerusalem has been extended indefinitely, after an aide to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to draft a solution acceptable to the opposing sides within the 60 days he was allotted.5
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