Samia Hathroubi, *a French Muslim human rights activist, has been active in interfaith work between Muslim and Jewish communities as the European programs coordinator for the New York-based Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. In the days since the November 13 Paris attacks, she has been wrestling with the implications for French Muslims and their relations with French Jews.
The American killed in a West Bank terror attack was a suburban Boston teenager studying at a yeshiva. He was ambushed as he returned from visiting a memorial to the three young people kidnapped and murdered in 2014 on the eve of the war in Gaza.68
Srully Stein grew up in Brooklyn’s Hasidic Vizhnitzer community, married at 18, and started a family. Despite the fact that he looked much like any other Hasid, he did not necessarily feel comfortable in his body.8
In the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, French Jews are wondering: what’s next? Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur describes the mood in the community and the continued need for interfaith dialogue.272
As Yeshiva University’s finances continued to crumble last year, Richard Joel trumpeted his plans to take a pay cut. Months later, the school’s president quietly pocketed a deferred compensation payment of $1.6 million.21
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