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The lessons of the ‘St. Augustine 16’ are as relevant today as they were six decades ago.
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The American Jewish Committee survey polled U.S. and Israeli Jews.
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Shirel Peleg’s “Kiss Me Kosher” isn’t going for actual laughs, and it is too crammed full of incident and gimmicks to be charming.
Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister, was removed from the job in a razor-thin vote in the Knesset, Israel’s parliament.
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The swastika in the airport synagogue is the latest in a series of antisemitic incidents in Europe.
‘I started to have a bit more of a mission. I wanted to reveal that our Jewishness mattered in this little slice of history that I loved so much.”
She wanted me to believe in God to have sex with her; I wasn’t sure, but I said I was. Now I feel guilty. Do I tell her?
I’ve annotated my brisket recipe so often that it looks like a page in the Talmud.