Anti-Semitism Fight Hinges on Definition

California lawmakers passed a resolution calling for a clamp-down on anti-Semitic speech at state universities. Would the move infringe on students’ First Amendment rights?


Jewish Groups Object to Anti-Muslim Ad

Jewish groups are seeking to limit the damaging fallout from a controversial New York subway ad campaign that suggests Muslims are ‘savage.’


The Great Date (and Peach) War of Gaza

The Hamas government has barred much of Gaza’s fruit imports from Israel. The goal is to cultivate local Palestinian agriculture, but traders say it may kill business.


Prisoners Weigh Making Jewish Identity Public

Jews being held captive overseas share the dilemma of whether to highlight their identity or hide it. Their decisions may determine whether the community backs their pleas.

Israel's Field of Dreams

The 14- and 15-year-old boys pat their gloves and stand alert across the infield, their knees bent and eyes shifting between home plate and the pitcher’s mound.

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