Witness to the Prosecution of a Neo-Nazi in Germany

When Deborah Feldman saw the tattoo on the back of a neo-Nazi at a swim park in Germany, she figured the punishment would be swift. A first-hand encounter with the German justice system changed her mind about that.


The Jew as Not-So-Other at Yiddish New York

The idea of “The Jew as Other” runs through this weekend’s Yiddish New York events, ranging from art exhibits to cabaret performances set perhaps appropriately, during Christmastime.


Dutch Hummus Joint Serves Healthy Palestinian Cuisine

The Israeli-owned Netherlands restaurant Love & Peas serves up hummus while promoting peaceful coexistence.


Unstoppable J.J. Abrams' 'Force Awakens' To Top $1B in Ticket Sales

The Force remains strong with the new “Star Wars” movie, which is on track to top $1 billion in global ticket sales this weekend, making it the fastest-ever film to reach that level.

Can a Dry Country Like Israel Quench the World's Thirst?

“Let There Be Water,” by Seth M. Siegel, explains how ingenuity and tenaciousness have accomplished a seemingly-impossible task — bringing water to the desert.

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