As Israel goes to the polls, Naomi Zeveloff travels from West Bank settlements to liberal enclaves and even the beach in search of the storylines that will determine the country’s next leader.10
FEGS was warned of cascading fiscal problems months before its collapse, the Forward has learned. So why did the Jewish charity fail to raise alarm — or take steps to stop the bleeding?
Want to donate to Jewish charities? Don’t do it over the phone. Of all the dollars telemarketers rake in for groups like B’nai Brith and the ADL, only a tiny percentage reaches charitable coffers.10
Israel has a pro-pot party, one for Orthodox women and even a Pirate Party. In all, 14 tiny parties are running. With virtually no chance of winning any seats, why do they bother?
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