Brussels Jewish Museum Opens Its Doors Four Months After Shooting

Four months after a shooting that killed four people, the Brussels Jewish Museum opened its doors to the public again on Sunday in a solemn ceremony attended by Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo.

Living in Exile, Sayed Kashua Hits Telluride

Sayed Kashua took his new movie, ‘Dancing Arabs,’ to the Telluride Film Festival. It’s an artist’s heaven — so why didn’t the Palestinian script writer look happy to be there?

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De-hired Professor Steven Salaita Is a University's Worst Nightmare

The de-hiring of Steven Salaita has sparked an academic nightmare scenario, involving every mess a college — or an aspiring scholar — could encounter, including questions about donor influence.

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Is Yeshivah of Flatbush 'Predatory' In Its Scrutiny of Girls' Attire?

It’s common for Orthodox high schools to require girls to wear skirts. But new, stricter dress codes at Brooklyn’s Yeshiva Flatbush have female students feeling ambushed.

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Jewish Leaders Meet With Hungarian Government After Almost a Year of Silence

Leaders of Jewish communities throughout Hungary met with representatives of the Hungarian government almost a year after the suspension of contacts between the sides.

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