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Israel’s education authority is advancing a plan to stop politics courses at Ben Gurion University and some academics see it as an ideological move against a left-leaning university department.


Philadelphia Jews Aren’t Changing Their Votes

For all the focus on the economy during this close presidential race, there’s little evidence that Philadelphia Jews who are struggling economically are changing their vote.


How Jewish College Uses Federal Funds To Grow

Michigan Jewish Institute received $25 million in federal aid during the past five years. Is the U.S. taxpayer getting value for money?


After Scandal, Slow Start for Ethical Certification

Magen Tzedek was set up four years ago in the wake of the Agriprocessors scandal, but it has yet to certify a single company as meeting its high ethical standards for producing kosher food.


Behind Henry Siegman's Turn on Israel

Once a consummate insider, Henry Siegman has become a strong critic of Israel’s leadership — and his own former colleagues in American Jewry.

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