Reforming Ultra-Orthodox Education — One Teacher at a Time

Beit Berl in Israel is recruiting Haredi students to help serve underprivileged groups.


U.S. Labeling Rules Already Bar 'Made in Israel' Tag for West Bank

Europe has sparked outrage with plans to bar West Bank settlement products from being labelled ‘Made in Israel.’ U.S. regulations already include similar restrictions, the Forward has learned — so why are the rules not enforced?


Jewish Leaders Defend High-Profile Meeting With Jonathan Pollard

Two months after being freed from prison, Jonathan Pollard walked into the rarefied air of a meeting with top Jewish leaders. Organizers insist they weren’t embracing the convicted spy — but critics like Abe Foxman say he should be kept at arm’s length.


3 Jewish Things About Each of the Leading Presidential Candidates as Iowa Nears

On Monday, Iowans will gather to launch the 2016 presidential election with an arcane ritual — the caucus.

Cyber Attack on Israel's Power Grid Rattles Officials

The Israel Electric Corp. is dealing with “one of the largest cyber attacks that we have experienced,” the country’s energy minister said.

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