It’s not right for a taxpayer-funded agency to deny children in foster care access to loving families.
“I heard you want to come back,” he said. “Is your family OK with it”?
Almost 80 years after its publication, Ulrich Alexander Boschwitz’s ‘The Passenger’ is ready to meet the historical moment.
“We were told stories about Murray that now, thanks to the story in the Forward, proved to be different from the ones we were told.”
After the pandemic, camps are opening again. ‘It’s absolutely exhausting but incredibly exhilarating,’ said Rabbi Mitchell Cohen.
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The $150 million contribution to UNRWA is less than half of the $360 million that the U.S. annually gave to UNRWA before Trump.
Morales called a 2015 sponsored trip to Israel ‘propaganda’ in a conversation with Jewish students last year.
‘They’re fighting a rearguard action against the changing norms of the debate.’
While free trips to Israel are set to resume, previous controversies and shifting priorities may take center stage.
“The United States welcomes and supports the recent normalization agreements,” Blinken said, referring to the Abraham Accords.
The Supreme Court recently struck down restrictions on in-home religious gatherings. What is the lasting impact?
“I don’t dance on people’s graves, but I’m not losing a wink of sleep over it.”
A group of students is demanding that Berkeley Law reject a recent gift to a university institute focused on Israel and Jewish studies.
The Brooklyn borough president has visited Jewish communities in all of the five boroughs of New York City.
In 1867’s “Flowers of Evil,” the French poet described spending a night laying beside “a frightful Jewish woman.”
“I understand it as a politicization of the Council,” Krajewski, a philosopher and former leader of Polish Jewry, wrote.