“I could hear the rabbi asking him if he was hungry, if he wanted something to eat,” the synagogue’s High Holiday cantor said.
“What is the right prayer for people in peril?” one person asked on Twitter. Many responses were offered up Saturday night.
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As a hostage situation in Colleyville, near Fort Worth, unfolded, Jewish leaders offered prayers and searched for solidarity.
Youngstown State University will not renew the contract of its center’s director, prompting speculation about the state of the program.
Some Jewish players are looking to keep their momentum going and win big at the year’s first Grand Slam.
The Notes app apology is well known. Now we have a new variation — the antisemitism apology — made after comparing vaccines to the Holocaust.
“A Fence Around The Torah: Safety And Unsafety In Jewish Life” explores how what can make one Jew feel safe can make another feel unsafe.
‘There is no art museum without artists, but there are artists without the museum,’ said one of the artists.
A Forward investigation uncovered at least two possible violations of federal Title IX statutes in the student’s case.
Leonard Cohen, Janis Joplin, Andy Warhol, William Burroughs and Bob Dylan all lived here once. George Chemeche remembered those days.
Every five minutes, one writer would remove a silver flask from his desk drawer, take a swig from it and then go back to work.
“Our Will to Live” provides a new lens on the musical performances that took place in the Nazi concentration camp.
Increasingly, the Jewish National Fund’s signature program has drawn vocal critics.
Congregations have taken a range of approaches to the spiking case counts, and decreased severity, of the virus.
The episode deals with race, antisemitism and the nature of friendship.