Since the initiatives to lower the intermarriage rate had evidently not worked, many leaders and their organizations sought new approaches.
Leonardo Da Vinci may not have thought his subject was Jewish, but critics, songwriters and Kabbalists disagree.
To put things in the crassest way possible, the worst way to fight intermarriage in America today is to fight intermarriage in America today.
Kaila Schusterman, a 14-year-old student at Torah Day School in Atlanta, finds the silver linings of our COVID era.
Mainstream Palestinian groups dropped the phrase after Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization recognized one another in 1993.
Rep. Brad Sherman, a solidly pro-Israel Democrat from California, has withdrawn from the race to chair the committee.
“Imagine being Jewish and working for the most antisemitic Governor in America,” the group tweeted.
Is some good old fashioned stability just what the doctor ordered? Or are we overdue for some serious change?
The extent to which that future is anchored to a dogma of end times is terrifying — even if it’s not the stuff of revelation.
Relief to millions of unemployed Americans will only come if Georgians see fit to elect both Ossoff and Warnock.
“Check the records: There wasn’t even six million Jews in Europe at that time,” Dechalus, 52, erroneously said.
Defense Minister Benny Gantz called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “serial deal-breaker.”
“the best way to achieve getting some stability in the region” is to deal “with the nuclear program,” Biden said.
Ron Howard’s adaptation of J.D. Vance’s book has been widely derided as poverty porn, but a Jewish reading yields something far-more nuanced.
Both companies responded to the StopAntisemitism.org’s tweet and acknowledged that the shirts broke their community guidelines and would be removed.
Comparing us to any other interracial couple erases these experiences. But these experiences are our identity.
The lockdown has forced Jews to be true to the words of Rabbi Samson Hirsch who said he wanted to close synagogues for 100 years.
Under the rosiest of circumstances, the job of U.S. ambassador to Israel is no walk in the park.