There is good Jewish news every week, if only we know where to look for it.
The chat logs connected Australian neo-Nazis with organizers of the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.
About 20 members of a white supremacist group are expected to march on Saturday — with legal sidearm weapons if they wish.
“[People] always do a double take … ‘What a combination, an Orthodox Jew with a Syrian Muslim woman — it’s unbelievable.’”
Judith Kerr proved that one way of coping with the tragedies of modern Jewish history was with an appetite for creative work.
“It’s none of their business,” Diane Weil says of the state’s new law that places a near total ban on the procedure.
Fifty protestors gathered in Manhattan, Hadassah signs in hand. “They’re eating away at Roe v. Wade, piece by piece. That’s what we’re afraid of.”
The event revealed how out of touch Trump’s team is with the Jewish community; neither sponsoring organization existed prior to the Trump presidency.
There are seven human members of the crew in “Alien” — a number rich in Jewish significance.
A new Lower East Side bakery might give beloved Breads a run for its money.
Berg played a significant role in helping prevent the Nazis from making the atom bomb.
“But he has a family! Children to marry off!”
“We do not, nor should we, require ID or background checks as a condition for being photographed with the people of Pennsylvania.”
Stephen William Thrasher at a convocation ceremony also criticized Israel’s “apartheid state government.
Rabbi Daniel Greer was one of New Haven’s most politically connected rabbis.
Gilbert-Kaye’s husband and daughter, who were in the synagogue during the attack by a lone gunman, filled in the final letter.
“Well, the neighborhood bully, he’s just one man.”
The topic of postwar claims has gained traction as an issue during the campaign for the European Parliament elections being held this week.