Bulgarian Jews Reeling After Deadly Bombing

Leaders of Bulgaria’s small, generally placid Jewish community said they felt untouched by hate crimes or terrorism. Then came the Burgas suicide bombing.

Munich Families Still Mourn, 40 Years Later

Forty years have passed since the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre. Yet relatives of the slain Israeli athletes say they still grieve for their lost loved ones.

Seeing 'Zion' in Olympic Logo

Who would?ve thought the Olympics logo could spark an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory? Some see the word ?Zion? in the ?2012? of the London Games? symbol.


Poland Marks Warsaw Ghetto Liquidation

Poland will mark, for the first time in history, the deportation of 250,000 Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to the extermination camp Treblinka.

Colorful Dress and Preaching Mark Diversity

Don?t expect a traditional synagogue experience at black Jewish services. Sermons are dramatic, featuring call and response from congregants and women often wear African attire.

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