Fidel Castro on Israel and the Jews? It’s Complicated.

With the Cuban’s leader’s death November 25, at age 90, his long and controversial career is sure to be reviewed minutely on every issue in the days leading up to his funeral, December 4. But it would be hard to find a more convoluted record than the one he established with the Jewish state and world Jewry, and with the Cuban Jewish community.


Is Donald Trump Backtracking on Campaign Pledge by Hiring Goldman Sachs Alumni?

But there might be an explanation for Trump’s current or potential Goldman picks — Jews are the only people he trusts to manage the purse strings.

Jewish Security Group Warns Federations to Call Cops on Social Justice Protesters

A Jewish security agency warned Jewish organizations that they should call the police if the leftist Jewish group IfNotNow protests outside of their offices today.


American Military Officer Receives Posthumous Honor for Saving Jewish Conscripts

Edmonds’ son Chris, himself a pastor, told the Times of Israel that his father had been motivated by his religious beliefs and moral conscience.

Ben Zion Shenker, a Master of Melodies, Made from Music a Life of Meaning

Shenker was a master of melodies. And around the Sabbath and holiday table — not to mention at weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and happy occasions of every type — Shenker’s melodies permeate the air. They are, in fact, so thoroughly ubiquitous that we often don’t realize their provenance.

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