U.S. Delays Iran Sanctions While Persuading Israel Not To Attack

The United States is ramping up efforts to ensure that Israel does not surprise the world with a military attack on Iran as Washington extends its deadline for implementing stronger sanctions against the Islamic Republic.


Magen David Adom and Its U.S. Arm Feud Over Their Future

American Friends of Magen David Adom is a staple of American Jewish charity for Israel. Children give their bar and bat mitzvah money to it, communities take group photos in front of ambulances they donated to Israel through it, and sons and daughters dedicate plaques at Israeli medical centers in memory of their parents. The U.S. funding arm for Magen David Adom — Israel’s version of the Red Cross — symbolizes the most basic kind of heartfelt consensus giving by Jews to help Israel.


Israelis Debate Giving Expats a Vote They Don’t Seem To Want

The image of Israelis living outside Zion — the yordim, as they are sometimes derogatorily called — has come a long way since the 1970s, when Yitzhak Rabin referred to them as “fallen weaklings.”


Political Hopefuls In Both Parties Run ‘Independent’

For Jewish Democrats vying to make 2010 the year in which they ascend to the national level, these midterm elections pose a special challenge.


Can the Jewish Deli Survive the Sustainable Food Movement? Pass The Homemade Pickles

If you’re trying to defend the Jewish deli to a roomful of locavores and food activists, it’s good to have Michael Pollan on your side.

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