While most schools in Israel are decked out in blue and white for Israel’s Memorial and Independence days, at mixed Jewish and Arab schools this is the most challenging time of year.
Marc Buslik is Chicago’s top-ranking Jewish police commander. He’s also been named as liaison to the federal probe of the troubled department — putting him right smack in the middle of the nation’s worst policing scandal.
The more Ilan Rosenberg pondered the Chanukkah story, the more the Hollywood stunt performer came up with one explanation for how a group of Jewish guerilla fighters beat the much larger Greek army. Maybe the Maccabees had possessed superhuman powers.
Dozens of Arab families who were planning to build homes in the Jewish city of Afula have lost their leases to the land after an Israeli judge said that they illegally coordinated their bids.
Let’s be frank: Being Jewish does not protect you from getting STDs.
Highly observant Jews value modesty and clean speech — and yet somehow many of them also value a presidential candidate who makes penis jokes and insults minorities. Shula Rosen asks what gives.
Oberlin professor Marc Blecher explains that the college is now working double time to make its campus safe and welcoming for Jewish students.
Israel’s Mizrahi Jews and indigenous Arabs were uniting in solidarity way back in the 1950s. So why is everyone talking about intersectionality as if it’s some foreign new idea?
Kicking off Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month, Ari Ne’eman points out the glaring omissions in our policies that hinder the full inclusion of Jews with disabilities.
No, the Jews don’t ‘control’ Hollywood. But we do play a major role — and with that power comes responsibility, Jay Michaelson writes.