The Missoulian published a letter to the editor calling the assault of a Jewish journalist Ben Jacobs Christlike.
One possibility is the dabouki, a white wine described as “cashewlike” and “a little bit tropical.”
TEL AVIV — The leader of Israel’s main Republican group called Sarah Silverman a “self-hating Jew” and said she “needs a muzzle.” Marc Zell made the comments Saturday night on the Republicans Overseas Israel Facebook page, which he manages as the group’s co-chairman. The post links to a blog post about a decade-old video clip of…
Ghost churches on the western bank of the Jordan River, near where Jesus is believed to have been baptized, could be reopened to pilgrims as part of a project to remove booby-traps and land mines.
In a provocative new exhibit in Israel, Jesus is used to symbolize Jews in the Holocaust, Palestinians, refugees and more.
(JTA) — Mel Gibson confirmed that he is making a movie about the resurrection of Jesus, recalling that he had the “tar kicked out of” him for his movie about the last days of the Christian messiah, “The Passion of the Christ.” “That’s a very big subject and it needs to be looked at because…
The semi-serious data-driven magazine Improbable Research has released a study empirically assessing (with tongue firmly in cheek) just how famous Donald Trump is.
Is Mel Gibson still blaming his problems on the Jews? That seems to be what Glenn Beck said last week on his radio show — and what a staffer wrote in a post on the conservative talk radio host’s website. Beck said Gibson told him the “Jewish People” had stolen his movie “The Passion of the Christ” before it came out in theaters “and used it to attack him and make his life hell before the film’s release,” reported the Daily Beast on Thursday.
The Internet reverberated yesterday with details about how neo-Nazis identify and target Jews on social media and online. We thought we could help out the anti-Semites by sending out echoes of our own.
A Jerusalem brewery has produced a craft beer with a taste it says dates back to the time of Jesus. A sip of the concoction may help explain why wine was the preferred sacred drink of the Bible.