“People have rallied around Israel. People are home and have had time to be a little introspective.”
Jared Firestone suffered injury and a stroke, but he somehow managed to turn heads at a recent event in Utah.
Jonah Sanderson expects to get a Masters Degree in Jewish Studies this year from a Los Angeles rabbinical seminary. Not especially noteworthy— until you learn that Sanderson, 32, has had lifelong struggles with learning disabilities.
Since screening for Tay-Sachs began in the 1970s, the number of Ashkenazi Jews born with the rare inherited disease that destroys nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord has plummeted by 90 percent worldwide.
In anticipation of Tuesday’s observance of Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pa., it should be remembered that a Jewish coal mine operator added pizzazz to the festivities.
The comparison of last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol to Kristallnacht may be well-intentioned but grossly diminishes the magnitude of the Nazis’ crimes, according to a Holocaust survivor who witnessed the Nazis’ actions.
Johns Hopkins teaching assistant Rasha Anayah polled on how to grade ‘zionists’
“Judaism and the Jewish people have survived for 2,000 years because we were able to adapt, and this is another moment of adaptation.”
Rabbis tell congregants: get vaccinated
“This creates an atmosphere where the virus could grow and spread like a petri dish – and nobody wants to be in a petri dish at the White House.”