The secret’s out.
Israeli writer Ada Pagis wonders what Stalin was thinking in signing a non-aggression pact with Hitler.
“In this exhibit we try to ask what happens to artists and their creativity once they become refugees.”
The origins of the term “kritarch” are entirely unclear.
A commitment to serving this country, either militarily or socially, is an important part of how we were raised.
A petition claims that plans to rebuild Potsdam’s Garrison Church fail to contextualize its place in history.
“This is a joyous moment because we will help a congregation thrive, and at the same time a sad moment because a Torah will be leaving us.”
Ayman Odeh’s proposal, something no Arab-majority party has ever done in Israel, has already been rejected by some in the leading centrist party.
“How beautiful it is to be back in the city with our family name,” one man wrote on Facebook of the event.
The strikes last month targeted Iranian weapons en route to Syria, the New York Times quoted analysts as saying.
The Calvary Episcopal Church reached out to the congregation just days after the October 27 attack that left 11 Jewish worshippers dead, offering
Jeffrey Dye, president of the Passaic NAACP chapter, referred to “the Jewish news media” praised Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
The university said in a letter to the campus community that it does not believe that there is a threat to campus safety or the people in the photos.
Why is everyone focusing on Trump’s “disloyal” comments? We are forgetting that Democrats are just as guilty for not standing up for Jews.
It is hypocritical to call out Donald Trump’s hate, if you can’t call out the anti-Semitic actions of Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.
Germany’s main Jewish leader also warned against the rise of the far-right, anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party.
Booker has “studied the Torah since I was 20 years old and had a really good Afro.”
The suit comes amid a flurry of lawsuits newly allowed by New York’s Child Victims Act.