British Jews don’t eat Chinese food on Christmas — instead many head to Limmud. And this year, in a controversial move, Britain’s new chief rabbi will join them.10
For years, Israeli child-protection officials have looked on in despair as female pedophiles and incestuous mothers brought to court for molesting boys were never even charged with rape.
The performing arts have emerged as a field in which BDS campaigns have yielded strong and very public results. But now, one group is fighting back.14
Several scandals have hit New York’s top Jewish charities this year. Experts blame lax oversight and multi-decade leadership tenures common among Jewish charity CEOs.13
David Lasar is the lone Jewish lawmaker from Austria’s resurgent far-right party. He stands behind its populist message, even though the community rejects the group as neo-Nazi.9
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