Conflicting Strategies to Stop Iran

As the United States imposes tougher sanctions against Iran, American officials are trying to erase Israeli suspicion about the effectiveness of economic pressure.

JINSA Leadership in Flux After Ouster

Turmoil is rippling through a conservative Jewish group focusing on security issues. JINSA’s No. 2 staffer was ousted and A-list board members quit in protest.

Synagogue Attacks Have New Jersey on Edge

As Jews in some northern New Jersey communities made their way to synagogue last Shabbat, the scene was slightly different from the typical day of rest.

U.S. Jewish Population Pegged at 6 Million

Two new studies say there are between 6.4 million and 6.6 million Jews in the U.S., or about 1.8% of the population. There’s growing consensus on the figures.


Congressman Cut Off From Own Synagogue

Democrat Steve Cohen, the first Jewish congressman from Tennessee, has lost his own synagogue from his district after the borders were redrawn.

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