The books of 2018 brought fresh perspectives and vital voices; many of the best were authored by members of the tribe.
“I like evil people,” Berkoff said in a profile for The Guardian. “I’m like a surgeon who is happiest when working with a very diseased body.”
New regulations will require education authorities to review the curricula of every yeshiva in the New York.
That dance number looks way to familiar.
Ivanka is a spectacular hypocrite. But luckily for Ivanka, no one on the left is cruel enough to lead chants of “lock her up.”
Assuming that any female convert joined Judaism for marriage is offensive, misogynistic and wrong.
As fears of anti-Semitism rise, we should remember a radically vulnerable group in our midst: transgender people.
We got two Rachels, two Rabbis, an archeologist, and an Etgar.
This British rapper imagines a world where cookbooks have replaced the Bible.
“It’s not the prettiest nor happiest of sentiments, but it’s real, and it speaks to a desperate nihilism some of us cannot help but feel.”
Jews supported Stacy Abrams like they did Dr. Martin Luther King and the causes he fought for. Jews marched for Stacy like they marched with Dr. King.
“Among the most prominent effects of Zionism on the Islamic World are…the spread of drugs and sexual and other diseases in many Islamic countries.”
“We were both very, very frightened,” her mom said. “Monica was distraught, she kept repeating ‘I just want to die. I just want to die.’”
The boy was punched in the eye after his mother told a couple on the bus that she was born in Israel.
We want to express our solidarity, encouragement and support and offer our assistance if there’s anything we can do to help,” its world chairman said.
An unnamed senior U.S. government official called her the “worst offender in the White House,” of using her personal email for official business.
This Thanksgiving, try some pumpkin cranberry challah with that turkey.
I always thought anxiety, guilt, resentment, constant nervousness about diseases were Jewish emotions. But gratitude? Not so much.
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