A former British government minister — the first Muslim woman to serve in the Cabinet – said Jewish friends rejected her after her resignation over her government’s position on Israel’s Gaza operation.
Heard the story about the Argentinian president adopting a Jewish boy to stop him from turning into a werewolf? If it sounded too weird to be true, it was.
Luise Rainer, who died at age 104, stood up to fascism and won Oscars in back to back years. Benjamin Ivry remembers the Jewish diva’s turbulent career.
Britain joined the United States on Tuesday, declaring that it cannot support a new Palestinian draft proposal calling for peace with Israel within a year and an end of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories by late 2017.
2014 was especially noteworthy for the plethora of strong female voices speaking out on a number of crucial subjects. Here are some of the writers we’re looking most forward to continuing to read.