Israel Advocates Quiet on U.S. Plans To Arm Syria Rebels

Israel and its supporters aren’t challenging proposals to send arms to Syrian rebels. But what about fears the weapons could end up in the hands of jihadists?


Deep in African Bush, Senegalese Tribe Claims Jewish Heritage

The Muslim residents of a remote Senegal village belong to a tribe whose name means “sons of Israel,” and say they are descended from Egyptian Jews.


Israel Chips Away at Orthodox Monopoly on Marriage

The Israeli government is trying to chip away at the monopoly that Orthodox rabbis enjoy over marriage and divorce. Is it a first step to a more pluralistic Jewish state?


Move Over Florida, Charleston Is New Hot Place for Jewish Couples

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Six Points Jewish Arts Fellowship Closes With No Renewal of Federation Grant

The innovative Six Points Fellowship is closing its flagship New York program amid federation funding cuts. Artists say it’ll be that much harder to do creative work.

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