Germany Warns Against Hate Speech After Imam Calls To 'Destroy the Zionist Jews'

By Don Snyder

Germany is vowing to clamp down on public anti-Semitic language, responding to recent demonstrations and speeches in which protesters called for death to Jews.Read More

El Al Fares Skyrocket 150% as Airlines Cancel Flights to Israel Over Gaza

By Rina Rozenberg

Within hours after most foreign airlines flying to Israel suspended flights, fares on El Al skyrocketed. Is it supply-and-demand — or wartime price gouging?Read More

Troubling Signs for Israel in New Poll of Americans

By Hody Nemes

Despite overall strong backing from Americans for Israel’s war in Gaza, Hody Nemes reports a new poll includes troubling signs for supporters of the Jewish state.Read More

Jewish Not-for-Profits Use Gaza War To Drum Up Donations

By Josh Nathan-Kazis

Israeli soldiers need socks. And snacks. And pizza. So claim dozens of campaigns launched by Jewish not-for-profits who are using the Gaza war to drum up donations.Read More

American Authorities Extend Flight Ban to Israel for Another Day

By Yardain Amron

The widening conflict in Israel forced most airlines to scrap flights Tuesday to Tel Aviv — dealing a major blow to Israel’s tourism industry.Read More

Why Did UCLA Hillel Funnel Cash From Pro-Israel Donor to Student Candidate?

By Yardain Amron

A wealthy pro-Israel donor used a Hillel chapter to funnel cash to a candidate for California student government. Why did the campus group allow itself to be used like that?Read More

Is New York Developer's 'Poor Door' Plan Un-Jewish?

By Hody Nemes

A New York City luxury condo developer plans to create a so-called “poor door” entrance for affordable housing residents. Is the arrangement fundamentally at odds with Jewish ethics?Read More

Alan Dershowitz Has No Plans To Keep Quiet in Retirement

By Anthony Weiss

Despite leaving Harvard after a 50-year teaching career, Alan Dershowitz says he isn’t slowing down.Read More

How Orthodox Agudah and Wal-Mart Money United To Back School Vouchers

By Josh Nathan-Kazis

Guess who is the largest donor to Agudath Israel? The Christian owners of Wal-Mart, who see the Orthodox umbrella group a key ally in their fight for education reforms.Read More

Max Steinberg's Jewish Journey From Los Angeles Suburb to Death in Gaza

By Noah Smith

The death of a 24-year-old Birthright graduate from Los Angeles has brought home the war in Gaza to the affluent community where he was raised.Read More

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