Harvard Hillel Hosts BDS Supporter for Panel in Apparent Break With Policy

Hillel International says it doesn’t allow events with pro-BDS speakers. So why has it endorsed Harvard Hillel’s participation in a civil rights forum with Mideast peace activist Dorothy Zellner?


British Lawmakers Debate Ban on Kosher Slaughter

British lawmakers spent three hours debating a possible ban on religious slaughter.


New York City Changes Policy on Controversial Circumcision Rite

New York City mohels suspected of infecting babies with herpes during a controversial circumcision rite will have to undergo DNA testing, according to a tentative agreement announced today between the city and ultra-Orthodox rabbis.


How a Small Accounting Firm Became Jewish Charities' Auditor of Choice

Two New York Jewish charities rocked by scandal in recent months have something in common: They were both audited by the small accounting firm Loeb & Troper.


How Bob Simon Found Peace in Israel — While Reporting on War and Occupation

Bob Simon’s death in a tragic car crash has sparked a flood of tributes. Harry D. Wall recalls how the ‘60 Minutes’ journalist was shaped by his years living and working in Israel.

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