The hecklers who interrupted Moshe Halbertal’s speech at the University of Minnesota may have thought they were protesting the Israeli occupation. They really object to the Jewish state’s existence, Rabbi Alexander Davis writes.
A prominent Hebrew University professor was shouted down by two dozen protesters at the beginning of a lecture at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Robert Zimmerman was raised in Hibbing and Sandy Koufax famously sat out a World Series game in Minneapolis. Here are 12 surprising facts about Minnesota’s Jewish history.
Three years ago, Daniel Levy committed suicide at the age of 21. Now, his father Adam Levy, front man for the Minnesota indie rock band The Honey Dogs, is trying to use music as a way to erase the stigma associated with mental illness.
Protesters called on Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to divest state investment funds from Israel Bonds.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against a Minnesota rabbi who claimed he was cut from an airline’s frequent flier program for earning too many miles.
A Minneapolis man who organized a World War II party with actors dressed in SS uniforms at a restaurant draped in Nazi flags issued a public apology.
In middle America, shunning Christmas would be like giving the cold shoulder to the entire community. Nothing good, or Jewish, comes out of that, writes Max Edwards.
Lured by liberal surrogacy rules, gay Israeli couples seeking children are flocking to the Minneapolis area. They have found and nurtured an unexpected Jewish community.