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"Let’s keep cliques in high school and show our children that embracing difference is the most enriching and meaningful way to raise a family."
“I’ve been active in the national LGBTQ religious movement for almost 20 years"
"With this move, the RRC is essentially saying: Why shouldn’t intermarried Jews have a voice, too?"
Garnished with a rainbow of dried fruit, nuts and spices, this rice pudding is sweet but not overly so — just right for the morning meal.
״I would like Dr. Ben Carson to explain to me what he thinks my parents and grandparents could or should have done when heavily armed SS men forced them and their families into the ghettos of their respective hometowns in Poland.״
David Gregory, moderator of "Meet the Press" on his new book and his Jewish identity.
Since the 1990s, Oslo has been the agreement that refuses to die. Here's what would happen if Mahmoud Abbas were to make good on his threat to finally kill the accords: http://jd.fo/e8RRm
Once upon a time, the nose job was a peculiarly Jewish rite of passage. These days, a lot has changed.
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Eileen Pollack was one of the first women to earn a physics degree from Yale. If you think science has become less of a boys' club since her student days in the 1970s, think again.
In the heated debate over Israel raging on college campuses, both sides are claiming the mantle of victimhood.
Gego’s exhibit “Autobiography of a Line,” currently on display in Manhattan, reveals eerily beautiful sculptures reminiscent of the Holocaust and the artist’s past.
My Jew-ish daughter-in-law has become very "spiritual" in recent years, which includes visits to a local ashram with my granddaughter. Can I tell her that this is confusing for Jewish children?
Many Jews, when they heard Ben Carson’s recent remark that if Jews had owned guns, the Holocaust wouldn’t have happened, probably said to themselves (to use the vernacular): “WTF?”
“How are you, Marty?” Jerry Lewis asked, sizing up his former director Martin Scorsese. “You’re not as tall as I thought you were.”