By Jessica Ravitz
In Atlanta, the anti-Semitic flier wasn’t real. The fear was.
On Monday, the Atlanta Jewish Times published an article about a flyer — featuring swastikas, a rat adorned with a Star of David and language denying the Holocaust — supposedly distributed in the city’s Orthodox neighborhood. On Tuesday, the story was debunked. And as Shabbat approaches, the community is left with a cautionary tale about…
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Park City, Utah – A strange thing happened in Utah this week: Some 40 leading Jewish academics, writers, rabbis and professionals descended on the mountains of Park City, where, among other things, they built teepees. Although the media wasn’t invited to watch the experiment, which was couched as a “team building” exercise by the outdoor…
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