Ben-Gurion's Diaries and Benzion Netanyahu

Benzion Netanyahu, who died this week, was considered a very zealous Zionist; in the 1940s he worked with Ze’ev Jabotinsky, founder of the Revisionist party.

Chicago Hillel Feud Gets Messier

The feud over the University of Chicago Hillel is getting uglier. A group of professors wants the Jewish federation to back down in its fight with the fired head of the group.


Jewish School Teacher Hit With Child Porn Charge

A New York-area Jewish school teacher and summer camp counselor has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

JCPA Pressured To Push Title VI Fight

Some Jewish groups say campus anti-Israel events violate Jewish students’ civil rights. They want the Jewish Council for Public Affairs to take a forceful stand, but others fear a backlash.


Hadassah Dumps Executive Who Accused Leaders

Hadassah, the women’s Zionist group, has ended its relationship with Larry Blum, the chief operating officer whose allegations led to an investigation of top Hadassah executive board members.

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