On Saturday night, when Lex Rofeberg convenes a group of Jews to study Torah, he expects to pore over Jewish texts.
“We didn’t want it to happen, but we understood these were Hamas’ intentions,” said Danny Dayan, Israel’s consul general in New York.
Jews aren’t allowed to charge interest to each other, or take out loans or mortgages from companies like Quicken that are owned by Jews.
Three Jewish organizations are accusing the Zionist Organization of America of inappropriately criticizing them.
When Bryan Stevenson set out to build a memorial to the thousands of black people lynched in the United States, he thought about Germany and Poland.
When far-left activists look at the ADL, they don’t see a civil-rights group.
A year after Israel’s establishment, students at the Jewish Theological Seminary were chastised for flying the Israeli flag and singing “Hatikvah.”
“Jewish organizations are going to be far more beholden to a smaller number of donors…these larger donors want what they want.”
Jewish groups accuse Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of enabling anti-Semitism. “The very existence of my Labour Party is at stake,” one politician said.
Nixon gave a sermon at Congregation Beit Simchat Torah about same-sex marriage.