Jews Join Hundreds of Thousands at Largest-Ever Climate Change March

Shofar blasts rang out and ‘Save Our Planet’ signs in Yiddish peppered the streets of New York as more than 100 Jewish groups joined the largest-ever climate change protest.


Despite Winning 1,000 Pre-K Seats, N.Y. Jewish Advocates Still Frustrated

Bill de Blasio’s new pre-kindergarten program funds over 1,000 free seats for Jewish schools in N.Y. But some Orthodox advocates want more time for religious study.


In Golan Heights, Harvesting Apples Against Backdrop of Syrian War

Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner —  and for apple farmers in the Golan Heights, so is the Syrian civil war. Israelis feel threatened, but some Druze feel differently.


Pro-Israel Students Hope To Shame Mahmoud Abbas With Empty Seats

Jewish student groups are planning to protest Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s speech in New York City — including a push to create swaths of empty seats at the event.


South Africa's Jacob Zuma Vows Anti-Semitism Fight

The President of South Africa vowed to fight anti-semitism Thursday night in a meeting with leaders of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies.

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