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According to a report by the Associated Press, you will soon be able to purchase Adolf Hitler’s personal traveling telephone.
~~First came Pepe, the anti-Kermit, then Kek. Now meet Pek, the purple Hiter-loving pigeon.~~
Turkey’s Erdogan regime continues its war on the free press this week by shutting down a satirical magazine for a cartoon about Moses.
There’s no “Jewish caucus” in Congress like there is for Hispanic lawmakers, but the issue of LGBTQ rights has brought Jewish Democrats together.
The title of Aaron Copland’s most famous piece, far from being a meaningless platitude, is a clear political statement.
Just what constitutes appropriate behavior at a Holocaust memorial site has been a hot topic recently.
At 10 percent of Israel’s population, ultra-Orthodox Jews have big families and are a tempting market for the flat-pack furniture giant Ikea.