Donald Trump's Quick-To-Offend Style Wins Israeli Admirers — Despite Questions

The Republican front-runner has shocked the American political world with his no-holds-barred campaign style. The straight talk has won him friends on the Israeli street — even though he could be a wild card on Mideast peace.


Is the Dead Sea Dying?

Fields of sinkholes instead of beaches, roads swept away by floods, large industrial ponds instead of a sea and one overarching question: What can be done so that things don’t get even worse in the next 20 years?

Troubled Michigan Jewish Institute Abruptly Closes Doors After Government Turns Off Cash Spigot

Michigan Jewish Institute’s students have scored $25M in federal student aid even though most live in Israel and few ever attend any physical classes. Days after the government told the Chabad-run school it would no longer get such funding, it shut down for good this week.


Meet the Jews of Cape Breton, Canada's 'Anti-Trump Island'

Google searches for ‘How to move to Canada’ surged by 350 after Donald Trump swept the Super Tuesday primaries. One picturesque spot is already marketing itself as the ‘anti=Trump island’ — but how would potential Jewish newcomers fare?


Iran Deal Feud Looms Over Chicago Congressional Battle

The aftershocks of the Iran nuclear deal, which tore the American Jewish community apart, are still rippling through the tranquil boulevards of Chicago’s upscale northwest suburbs.

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