A website for millennial supporters of Donald Trump that bore striking similarities to the Hitler Youth movement was no longer online Thursday morning, two days after the Forward broke the news of its existence.
A group for millennial Donald Trump supporters bears striking similarities to the Hitler’s youth movement, and its leader urged fighting “globalists,” a term that white nationalists often associate with Jews.
A group for millennials supporting Republican nominee Donald Trump bears striking similarities to another youth movement — Hitler Youth.
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.
Peering through dusty apartment widows isn’t an uncommon pastime in this capital city’s crime-infested 8th District, with its many drug addicts and alcoholics seeking for a fix.
When Israeli filmmaker Tom Shoval’s father lost his job, it plunged the family into a financial and emotional crisis. Shoval portrays that experience in his new film, “Youth.”
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.
Limmud UK is run mostly by people under 30, and Jane Eisner was impressed with their spirit of youthful volunteerism. Why doesn’t it exist among American Jews?
Bleak Palestinian realities mean whatever comes out of the contest to be “The President” will have only symbolic significance. The winner will be “ambassador for a day” at one of the Palestinian missions in Europe, among other prizes.
Last week I was marooned on my couch with a virus and finally watched the first season of “Girls,” Lena Dunham’s HBO drama about twentysomethings finding their way in New York City. Dunham is very serious about her enterprise, and even the show’s light-hearted moments — which are few and far between — are laden with meaning. At times, watching the series felt more like homework than entertainment.