Yitzhak Navon, who served as Israel’s fifth president between 1978-1983, died on Saturday. He was 94.
Radical activist Max Geller finds the media usually ignores his attacks on Israel. But it’s a totally different story when he takes pot shots at iconic impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir.48
**While the 2013 Pew survey uncovered some disturbing evidence of lower levels of Jewish engagement among young people, the same survey contains several pieces of good news for Reform Jews — 5,000 of whom are gathering this week in Orlando, Florida, for the movement’s biennial conference organized by the Union for Reform Judaism.11
Benjamin Netanyahu plans to speak at the liberal Center for American Progress during his upcoming U.S. visit as part of an effort to rebuild bridges with Democrats. Some liberals say he should be shown the cold shoulder.215
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