A new poll says that almost half the British public holds anti-Semitic views. But Liam Hoare argues that the survey is deeply flawed — and gives a skewed picture of Jewish life.
All across the country young Jews are working to improve their communities. We want to find those people and share their stories. We’re looking for The Do-ers.
A survey found that United States Jews want Israel to remain a Jewish and democratic state, but that Israel’s Jewish character should also accommodate non-Orthodox Judaism.
Fueled by KitKats and Cherry Coke, some two dozen people sit hunched over stacks of questionnaires, a phalanx of 1980s-era push-button telephones in front of them.
The longer Israelis live in the United States, the less critical of Israel they are likely to be, a new survey suggests.
The Pew survey told us about the diversity of #JewishAmerica — and that almost all are proud of our heritage. Now it’s up to you to tell us about the people behind that pride.
Jewish community foundation-managed endowments increased 7.6 percent in 2012 over the previous year, a new survey found.
A majority of respondents in a French survey on racism said that being Jewish is easier today in France than it was 30 years ago but being Muslim has become more difficult.
The Pew survey identified a broad swath of Jewish America. Just because they don’t go to synagogue or toe the line on Israel doesn’t make them less Jewish — or proud, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Jewish Daily Forward wrote: The new study of American Jews by the Pew Research Center shows how complicated Jewish identity is right now. To try to work some of this out, we went to the streets of New York to ask Jews what they personally think it means to be Jewish.