NY Senate Passes $485 Million In CUNY Cuts, Citing Anti-Semitism

Lawmakers act despite school’s probe of ZOA allegations. But Cuomo had other reasons for cutting.

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Can Belgium Protect Its Jews? A Community Has Its Doubts

The hundreds of rifle-toting police and soldiers who patrol Isaac Michaeli’s neighborhood have done little to improve his sense of safety.

Turkish Terror Attack Helps Ties With Israel but Hurts Tourism

After the Istanbul suicide attack that killed three Israeli tourists March 19, Turkish leaders sent condolences to the victims’ families and otherwise seemed to move to repair diplomatic ties between the two nations. The terrorism even may have inadvertently created momentum for normalization talks.

Racial GOP Rhetoric Propels Jewish Not-For-Profits Into the Fray

Historically, Jewish groups have tread carefully to avoid jeopardizing their non-profit status. This election is different, leaders say.

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Second FBI Probe Of Orthodox Yeshivas Eyeing School Lunch Fraud

One federal probe of yeshivas in New York is looking at alleged exploitation of the federal E-Rate technology subsidy program by Hasidic leaders. Now, the Forward has learned, another investigation is focusing on possible school lunch fraud.

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