Trump’s Jerusalem decision was not the cause here but the pretext for entrenched Swedish anti-Semitism
Israel’s foremost food celebrity, Gil Hovav, has released a delicious read.
Fake news isn’t all bad news.
It’s important to stay in touch with your culture’s best GIF(t)s
2017 is the year of the magnificent potato pancake mashup.
From burqa bans to sheitel shaming, women who cover are often viewed as victims of patriarchy or religious extremists. Wrapunzel inverts that dynamic.
White nationalists want to hold another rally in Charlottesville, the site of August’s bloody “Unite the Right” rally.
“The appointed time has come” … for empowering all-woman psalm-themed hip hop
The Hamas members planned to disguise themselves as local Jewish residents and entice a victim to enter their vehicle, the Shin Bet said.
Schumer received a document alleging sexual harassment accusations from a former staffer, but the staffer denies that she sent it.
Ivanka Trump had a simple, emoji-less message for her followers: “Happy Hanukkah!”
“You don’t actually have to swear on a Christian Bible. You can swear on anything, really,” Tapper said.
“Not sure what’s an appropriate manner to use a swastika.”
False or inflated charges of anti-Semitism, like those directed at Linda Sarsour, alienate allies, confuse our community and misdirect our energy.
“This food can fix the world,” said one participant. “It is Tikkun Olam with latkes.”
The real reason we light candles on Hanukkah? It’s not because the oil lasted eight days.
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