“To understand the political drama playing out in Israel,” Friedman says. “You don’t need to speak Hebrew.” Umm, no.
Dr. Eric Lander, the director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, took his oath on a copy of the ‘Pirkei Avot’ from 1492.
Carlson’s “grand replacement” comments have roots in both a 2011 French book and in Nazi ideology.
Did the term come from Ellis Island? From the United Kingdom? Or did Jews themselves originally coin it? The answer is complicated.
Even after his mother and newborn son were murdered by the Nazis, Avrom Sutzkever relentlessly fought the attempt to kill Jews and Jewish culture.
The Trump team’s attack on journalists represents an all-out attempt to replace truth with lies.
One tiny little dot in the Hebrew word for “impeach” carries great significance and food for thought.
“You shall not steal; you shall not deal deceitfully or falsely with one another.”
The multilingual and multicultural approach is the opposite of what’s happening in America where crucial segments of the population are left out.
Five linguistic themes have emerged from the attack on the Capitol that left five dead and many more wounded.