The Israeli not-for-profit that appears to be behind Canary Mission is controlled by former employees of an Orthodox yeshiva network.
“I’m not a Sheldon Adelson guy,” said Democrat Perry Gershon, who’s running to unseat fellow Jew Lee Zeldin in an eastern Long Island House race.
Literally endless tears left to cry.
“We had this enterprising spirit: If you can’t find it, build it,” Abrams said. “Which I think is very Jewish.”
(Tremendous R&B voice): Oy vey!
“He would pour the glue on his arm, let it dry, peel it off and then eat it,” she said. “He was a strange dude.”
Miller’s family started the job, and now his elementary school teacher is back to finish it.
This case makes use of the Israeli Anti-Boycott Law of 2011.
Happy coming-out Shabbat!
The classic model of the one brave charismatic leader—usually a man—may be convenient for media, but it is the wrong model.
Those “13-year-old girls” who have been listening to Taylor’s music are now in their early twenties — and we’re eligible to vote.
“If more information comes out and changes, we could look at that, but I am planning on going,” he said.
The fact that Jewish federations and other Jewish public charities fund Canary Mission is simply business as usual.
An Israeli court on Friday upheld the barring of an American student activist.
He was in danger of being outspent this year by Michael Bloomberg. The filings, due out by Oct. 15, will declare the top spender.
White skin privilege without the privilege of full safety puts Jews at a particularly strange intersection of the current political moment.