President-Elect Donald Trump’s decision to appoint David Friedman as his ambassador to Israel is shaping up to be the key battleground, even if only a symbolic one, for supporters and detractors of the two-state solution.94
Officials in an upstate New York town are preparing new efforts to roll back a decade of work to build a Satmar Hasidic village after election fraud charges.23
Amid the rising fears that minorities harbor about the coming Trump era, Jewish leaders here are fiercely debating: What is to be done? For now, the dominant theme is one of deepening dialogue with other minorities, and with Muslim groups in particular. But this is raising questions: With whom should Jews dialogue, and how? How should such dialogues handle Israel? And where will the money come from when it’s time to actually act?
The swastikas were sprayed onto phone booths and buildings located between 104th and 105th Streets on Broadway.
Conspiracy charges have shaken the village of Bloomingburg. What do they mean for the future of the Hasidic village now growing there?40
She’s now deleted the tweet in which she insinuated incest between Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump, but here are some other Ioffe posts that push the envelope.
Here are five facts about the decorated and controversial journalist, who is set to join the Atlantic next year as a reporter on foreign policy, national security and politics.46
Local activists, including a prominent rabbi, say white nationalism is not welcome in their town.120
Bloomingburg, New York, has been a battleground, as local governments and an Orthodox developer faced off in court. Now, the fight is winding down. The winner? The Satmar rebbe.62
Links to stories that serve as a brief survey course on the intricacies of the Bloomingburg development battle.
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