Chava Gal-Or is distributing mezuzahs for free to Jewish hurricane victims.
The city wants to buy out damaged homes and replace them with green space—but that may lead to the breakup of heavily-Jewish neighborhoods.
Axelrad’s, a hipsterish Houston beer garden, will host a break fast for Houston’s displaced Jewish community.
This isn’t the first time the Texas Jewish community was hit by a deadly hurricane on the eve of Rosh Hashanah.
Synagogues face the added difficulty of drying out their buildings days before the holiest and busiest days of the year.
As white nationalist outreach ramps up, the University of Houston was targeted with anti-Semitic posters.
“I let him know he should be ashamed to call himself a Christian.”
Bomb threats, a frozen Kotel compromise, Zionists banned from pride parades, neo-Nazis rising and hurricanes hitting—not a good year for the Jews.
The NYPD’s District 3 teamed up with Jewish community organization Amudim and the grocery store Seasons Kosher to send aid to where it’s needed most.
“For years the Jewish communities stood by Israel when it needed their help; now it is our turn to stand by Houston’s Jewish community.”