Photo gallery of Park Slope anti-Trump meeting.
Attempting to avoid taking sides, Donald Trump rebukes Benjamin Netanyahu’s policy, but also endorses settlement activity.
For months, the #GrabYourWallet campaign has boycotted retailers selling Trump labels.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to “totally destroy the Johnson Amendment” could wreak legal havoc among not-for-profits.11
A shroud of uncertainty hangs over Wednesday’s meeting when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Donald Trump as president for the first time.
The Orthodox Union, one of the country’s leading Jewish groups, has adopted a religious ruling barring women from serving as clergy in its member congregations.137
Worries have evaporated among organizers about how to follow up on the January 21 Chicago Women’s March, which drew 250,000 protesters. Contrary to widespread concern about losing the energy that coalesced around the massive outpouring that took place in Chicago and other cities nationwide that day, said Donna Gutman, president of the North Shore chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women “We’ve been combating everything that’s raining down.”4
As Republicans and Democrats draw their battle lines over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch as a Supreme Court associate justice, so do Jewish activists.
The Holocaust, in Richard Spencer’s eyes, has become a sort of moral bludgeon used against white nationalists like himself.
As Jewish leaders rang the alarm this weekend over the White House chief of staff’s insistence that he intentionally left Jews out of the administration’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day statement, only one Jewish group stood by Donald Trump’s side.8
Jared Kushner’s family charities have given hundreds of thousands of dollars to a mystical Moroccan rabbi who some followers claim has miraculous powers.42
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