Jordan Mann – Manga maven, Jewish professional and Brown University alum – is hoping to make history at the steeplechase event in Tokyo.
Nides, a banker, had good relations with Israeli diplomats while a deputy secretary of state from 2011 to 2013.
The “astonishing” decision says how Judaism and Islam can and should change to meet new regulations.
“She was Shiite from the South. When she learned I was Israeli, she was shaking. Slowly, Slowly I approached her, and we passed that obstacle.”
The pandemic inspired new experiments in reaching Jewish seekers where they live.
American Jewish Democrats should recognize the danger that these sentiments pose to the future of the party— and their place in it.
‘The delay is about counting every vote, that’s a positive thing,’ said Jan Combopiano, an organizer with Brooklyn Voters Alliance.
Omar’s foreign policy approach simply calls on our nation to live up to its values. That’s why the D.C. establishment find her so dangerous.
The academic Yiddish I was hearing in class was much more formal than the Yiddish I heard at home, almost cold.
In his collection “SEE/SAW,” Geoff Dyer offers the close, keen-eyed readings of images that are rare in art criticism, because they’re hard to fake.
Joshua Henkin’s “Morningside Heights,” is a poignant entry in the early-onset Alzheimer’s canon, intimately exploring the ravages of the disease.
“If the idea is to engage more people with the idea of Zionism, then you actually want to emphasize that you can be a liberal and Zionist.”
Tzahi Mamo’s legal struggles provide a view into battles over land in occupied West Bank. Rabbis call his work ‘holy.’ A Shomrim investigation.
‘I have made a mistake and it’s really bothered me for a couple of weeks now, and so I definitely want to own it,’ she said.
The letter comes on the heels of an increase in antisemitic incidents in the United States coinciding with the conflict last month in Israel and Gaza.
The lessons of the ‘St. Augustine 16’ are as relevant today as they were six decades ago.
George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to Netanyahu and a senior adviser to Bennett, was in Jerusalem to witness the rise and fall of both men.
Meet Paul Finkelman, the legal historian who found a ham with an OU symbol.