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Sam Lewis was not just another career diplomat, especially when it came to Israel. Aaron David Miller says America has lost a man of uncommon judgment when we need him most.

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Vladimir Putin is embracing Russian Jewry as never before. Is the warmth real — or the result of a cold geopolitical calculus?

Jewish Traveler Cheats Death by Skipping Malaysia Flight on Shabbat

The owner of a travel site claims a Jewish air traveler cheated death when he decided not to fly on Shabbat — and avoided being on board doomed Malaysia Airlines flight 370.


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