U.S. Peace Group Calls for Boycott of Settlement Products

Taking protest against Israel’s new anti-boycott law one step forward, a member organization of American Jewry’s primary umbrella group for Israel is calling on its supporters to boycott products made in the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.


Israel Wrestles With How — or Whether — To Recognize Gay Couples

Joshua Goldberg thought his husband of four years would automatically qualify for Israeli citizenship. Theirs is shaping up as a test case for recognition of gay marriage.


Israeli and Palestinian Activists Gloomy Over Peace

Israeli and Palestinian peace activists forged close bonds at a U.N.-sponsored seminar. Still, neither side is optimistic about the sputtering peace process.


Jewish Neighborhood in Shock After Grisly Murder of Brooklyn Boy

Leiby Kletzky was abducted and murdered on his way home from camp in Brooklyn. A suspect is charged, a family mourns and a community searches for answers.


Fracking Comes to Jewish Summer Camp

A number of Jewish summer camps have signed deals allowing natural gas ‘fracking.’ Are the huge payments they will receive worth the environmental risk?

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