“Writing under the pseudonym, G. Kuper, I.J. Singer provided some of the juiciest and most intriguing stories to be found in the paper.
Jews have a long history of making fun of Passover seder. But this new parody Haggadah takes the comedy one step further.
Superman, Captain America and The Green Lama are all comic book heroes. Drew Friedman’s new book is all about the ink-fingered nebbishes that created the characters.
At a special meeting held at the Vatican to absolve the Jews of the charge that they murdered Jesus Christ, a large majority voted that contemporary Jews are not responsible for the death of Jesus, and even Jews during the time of Jesus cannot be held responsible for his crucifixion.
Hitler has declared war against the Jewish people. In his proclamation announcing the war to the German people, he declared that “Jewish Democracy” is what forced the war on Germany.
A wild riot took place last week on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, in front of Yarmulovsky’s Bank on East Broadway and Essex Street, after depositors discovered that the bank had no money for them.
A Nazi war criminal, Hans-Walter Zech-Nenntwich, has turned himself in to West German police after escaping from a German prison. At the prison, he had been serving a four-year sentence for his participation in the destruction of the Jews of Pinsk.
Rebecca Edelson, a well-known anarchist on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, has declared a hunger strike in prison, where she is serving a three-month stint after being arrested for refusing to stop giving a speech on a street corner.
As a result of renewed disturbances, the British military powers in Palestine have halted transit for Jews in and out of Jerusalem and are investigating potential terrorist activity in the neighborhoods of Rechavia and Romema, and on Jaffa Road.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol announced that the charred shell of the station wagon driven by the three young civil rights fighters has no traces of bullet holes or blood. The station wagon was driven by two Jewish students from New York, Mickey Schwerner and Andrew Goodman, along with James Chaney, an African American from Mississippi.