In Israel, home to one third of the world’s Ashkenazim, about 1 in every 220 people suffer from inflammatory bowel disorder. Now, the condition is on the rise among Ethiopian immigrants.33
Donors to the Orthodox Home of the Sages of Israel charity, which raises $500,000 a year, are claiming that they have been misled by a Jewish calendar mailed annually to thousands of homes.3
The 1936 Berlin Olympics saw some Jewish athletes barred from competing. Now their descendants are back in the German capital to show their athletic — and symbolic — strength.
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv’s LGBT communities have always been very different. Last week’s Pride parade stabbing put a trauma at the heart of their relationship.45
Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto was once a high-flying spiritual advisor to the rich and famous who effortlessly wielded enormous power. Josh Nathan-Kazis reports he faces a year in prison as his once-mighty empire teeters.15
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