Israel's Bid For Visa Waiver Falls Short

It’s time for Israel to end border discrimination against American citizens — and not just to get into the U.S. visa waiver program, writes Ali Gharib.

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Ignominious Return: The ultra-nationalist, anti-Semitic Black Hundreds, here marching in Odessa in 1905, are back again.

The Real Truth About Those Anti-Semitic Flyers in Donetsk

The news of the anti-Semitic flyers in Eastern Ukraine has been greeted with outrage clouded by uncertainty. David E. Fishman says the real story is that Russia is playing the ‘Jew card.’

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What Jews Can Learn From Rwandans

After a trip to Rwanda, Randy Kafka asked herself: What if Israelis and Palestinians could learn reconciliation and trauma healing from the Tutsi genocide survivors?

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2 Women Put a Darfuri Survivor Through College

When Maya Paley and Tamar Shertok met Guy, a Darfuri genocide survivor who dreamed of going to college, they knew they had to help — whatever the cost.

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Family Amulet Captures Jewish Life in India

Sigal Samuel’s family amulet isn’t just rumored to have magical powers. It’s also a symbol of how Jewish and Indian rituals became intertwined over the centuries.

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