Who would’ve thought one Tweet from a worried father could turn the Jewish world upside down with equal parts compassion and fear?
Jeff Jacoby asked for our help when his son went missing, and got it. The columnist should explain why the teen ran away, so it can be a teachable moment for all of us.
Jeff Jacoby, the Jewish Boston Globe columnist whose 16-year-old son Caleb went missing for four days in early January, has finally broken his silence.
Jewish teenager Caleb Jacoby, whose disappearance last week launched a massive search effort and went viral on social media, ran away from home on his own, the Brookline Police Department confirmed.
Hussein Ibish apologized for his nasty Tweet about Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby, whose son, Caleb, was missing. But Twitter foes are branding him ‘Amalek’ anyway.
Will we ever know the full story about Caleb Jacoby’s disappearance? Rabbi Efrem Goldberg says it’s none of our business.
Caleb Jacoby, the missing son of Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby, has been found safe, police said. The teen was reportedly found in New York’s Times Square.
The search for missing 16-year-old Jewish day school student Caleb Jacoby is still underway, with more and more people taking to social media to pray for the teenager’s safe return. Even in faraway Israel, concerned strangers sent out messages of hope and comfort, with some going as far as praying for Caleb’s safe return at the Western Wall.
At the Maimonides School, it was all hands on deck as students and faculty mobilized to locate one of their own: Caleb Jacoby, 16, an 11th-grader and the son of Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby who has been missing since Monday afternoon.
Jeff Jacoby Tweeted prayers, thanks and scripture as the Boston Globe columnist continued to lead an outpouring of concern about his missing teenage son, Caleb Jacoby.