The renowned Hungarian Jewish biblical scholar Geza Vermes, who died of cancer at age 88, disproved the old canard ‘You can’t go home again’ — at least when it comes to Judaism.3
The Jewish psychologist Joyce Brothers, who died May 13 of respiratory failure at age 85, became an improbable authority on how to live in the mid-century suburban age.
Jewish breast cancer ‘previvors’ and health advocates hailed Angelina Jolie for going public with her BRCA1 gene mutation — and decision to have surgery.
Philadelphia has the sixth largest Jewish community in the nation, thriving synagogues, and a major rabbinical seminary. Why is its federation in constant state of leadership flux?6
Top officials at the Holocaust Claims Conference professed shock about a massive fraud scheme. But they were told about the scam nearly a decade earlier — and failed to stop it.
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