“I’m one-tenth Jewish on my manager’s side,” Francis once said.
Political Correctness Goes Too Far If It Replaces Truth
Netanyahu has broad public support, but a recent poll suggests that Benny Gantz could pose a serious challenge in the next election.
Park Slope is no longer a bagel desert.
In honoring TIME’s journalists, let us not forget that the threats against the media are enabled and enhanced by political leaders like ours.
Bonus points into the billions if you pass the Bechdel Test.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
“My formula is the maximum amount of land with the minimum amount of Palestinians,” he told me when we spoke last week.
He offered the priestly blessing in Hebrew in support of the migrants.
A swastika was carved into his blackboard, students threw coins at him and one wrote, in German, “Six Million was just the beginning.”
“We’re Here to Stay. We Welcome Any Listing, Anywhere in Israel,” the home page reads. There are two listings available in Gush Etzion.
“I want to create a great cookbook that just happens to be kosher.”
Birthright is experiencing a sharp drop in participation rates, especially lacking American Jews.
Instead of splurging on a bar mitzvah — use it as an opportunity to teach your kids financial responsibility.
Ocasio-Cortez has publicly joined a vast community, including my family, in embracing the space where Jewish and Latinx identities intersect.
“I think our intelligence agencies are making their assessments and we’re hoping justice is brought to where that should be.”
Last month, swastikas and an anti-Semitic slur were spray-painted in the office of a Jewish professor who writes about the Holocaust.
It’s the age of identity on the left. But the lines of what that entails change daily.
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