White nationalists want to hold another rally in Charlottesville, the site of August’s bloody “Unite the Right” rally.
A Chabad couple passed out menorahs and donuts to police and journalists outside the bomber’s home.
The move shows the “alt-right” looking to make international connections, especially with far-right European allies.
“We are feeling betrayed,” said Rabbi Jonah Pesner, the head of the URJ’s political arm. “Not by Israel, but by its leaders.”
Rev. Dr. Barber, the country’s foremost progressive religious activist called on Reform Jews to join him in his campaign.
The Conservative movement has long grappled with the question of intermarriage.
Temple Emanu-El, an iconic synagogue in Manhattan, is the site of the latest drama in tensions between American Jews and Israel’s rabbinate.
The white nationalist organizers behind Unite the Right are planning an anniversary event.
Right wing blogger Lucian Wintrich says that he can’t be anti-Semitic — his grandfather is Jewish.
The couple profiled in the New York Times reportedly lost their jobs after the story.