Naama Riba (Haaretz)
By Naama Riba (Haaretz)
Why are these Israeli protesters dressed up like characters from ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’?
A diverse group of women are using a global symbol to make their fears heard at protests against Israel's judicial coup
Germany to Build World’s First All-in-One Synagogue, Church and Mosque
A decade ago, the idea of building a unique religious structure that would combine prayer halls for the three main monotheistic religions was first proposed during archaeological excavations of a plot on the southern end of the Fischerinsel (Fisher Island) in the Mitte neighborhood of Berlin. In 2012, an international architectural competition was held to…
Prominent law firm partners who made offensive comments about Jews and others resign
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