Ethiopian-Born Marathoner Runs for Israel

After becoming the first Israeli athlete to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games, Ethiopian-born Zohar Zemiro simply said: ‘It is the happiest moment in my life.’

Ms. Rosenthal Goes to Milwaukee

Hannah Rosenthal, America’s top official tasked with combating international anti-Semitism, is taking over the reins at the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.

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Even With Fame, Jason Lezak's a 'Mensch'

Jason Lezak, a four-time Olympic gold medalist, still stays active in the Jewish community in suburban Orange County, Calif., where he grew up.

Blind Camper's Case Spotlights Special Needs

A Jewish sleepaway camp’s decision to deny a blind camper a spot in its two-month program raises questions about how well camps deal with youngsters with special needs.

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