Stabbing of Jewelry District businessman shakes L.A.’s Iranian Jewish community
While national polls show a large majority of American Jews support former Vice President Joe Biden, Iranian Jewish activists in Southern California say their community largely supports President Donald Trump in his re-election bid. Yet with the election days — hours — away, even that seemingly solid block shows signs of division.
It’s time for politicians and the media to finally hold the Iranian regime accountable for the thousands of innocent people it has murdered.
After 40 years, Albert Danialpour’s family speaks out about his execution
The manner in which Elghanian’s execution has been forgotten and in the American Jewish community’s discussion about the Iranian regime is shameful.
Jews in America have a responsibility to stand in solidarity with the people of Iran seeking regime change on their own terms.
Fewer than 40 years ago, the Iranian regime confiscated the assets of countless Jews in Iran and caused thousands to flee.
With operation costs climbing for schools, and tuition increases bearing down on parents amid the current crushing economic downturn, the Orthodox Union’s Rabbi Saul Zucker recently laid out a revolutionary package of school cost-saving measures to a worried gathering of Jewish education officials in Los Angeles.
Dipping his apple in honey this Rosh Hashanah will have a special meaning for Southern California Iranian Jewish businessman Izak Kharrazi, who marks his 30th year in the unique and challenging bee-removal business.
Before the red-carpet fanfare of the Emmy Awards proper, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences customarily honors the behind-the-scenes toilers who make television programming look and sound as it should. At this year’s technical awards ceremony, history was made when Lila Yomtoob, a sound editor on the HBO documentary “Baghdad ER,” became the first Iranian Jew to win an Emmy.