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Could Anti-Israel Activist Win Vote To Lead Britain’s Largest Jewish Student Group?

A prominent advocate of BDS reportedly has a “definite chance of winning” election as head of Britain’s national Jewish student group.

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Trump Pentagon Pick Gen. James Mattis Accused Israel of Heading to ‘Apartheid’

WASHINGTON (JTA) — President-elect Donald Trump said he would nominate as defense secretary Gen. James Mattis, a pick that has already stirred controversy among...

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IDF Chief Rabbi Sorry for Remarks Justifying Wartime Rape

(JTA) – Eyal Karim, the rabbi whose appointment as the chief chaplain of the Israeli army was suspended over his remarks on raping women, was sworn in to the po...


No, the Keith Ellison Tape Isn’t Anti-Israel — and Shouldn’t Torpedo His Democratic Run

It looks as though opposition is mounting, perhaps approaching a critical mass, against the bid by Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison to become chair of the Democrati...


Forward Looking Back

Remembering Charles Lindbergh’s Nazi sympathies is chilling.


What I Learned About Being Jewish and Chinese on My Birthright Trip to Israel — and to Taiwan

Growing up half-Jewish and half-Chinese, Alfred Miller felt that he didn’t belong among his own people. Then he went on two very different ‘Birthright’ trips. ...


Would You Try This 220-Year-Old Canadian Jewish Beer?

The brew is based on a handwritten recipe from the 1790s that was made by a prominent Jewish family that had a brewery.


EXCLUSIVE: Tony-Winning Playwright Richard Greenberg Talks Baseball, Movies, Ferrante and Obscurity

Tony Award-winning playwright Richard Greenberg has a freewheeling conversation about baseball, movies, anonymity and finding his theater on a terrorist hit list.


ADL Says Keith Ellison’s Taped Comments on Israel ‘Disqualify’ Him From Democratic Post

In a 2010 recording, Ellison is heard saying American policy in the Middle East is “governed” by Israel


Sofiya Romm’s Journey From Russia to a Barely Findable American Grave

“We get $800 per month. With rent and everything, to save $10,000 is pretty hard,” said Romm’s daughter-in-law, Vera Romm. “The Jewish community paid for the fu...


I Created a Jewish Dating App — Here’s Why I Decided to Try Matchmaking Offline, Too

There seems to be a need for a more personal touch when it comes to dating and introducing compatible singles to one another.