Dan Markel was a respected legal academic who wrote about crime and punishment — until he became a victim when he was murdered in his garage.
“You’re not a real Jew,” people would
“Israel! Yeah!” Rock shouted.
An Austrian Jewish leader said community officials won’t attend a Holocaust ceremony if lawmakers from the far-right Freedom Party are present.
Could he have predicted the internal dangers, and the one rotund orange one that governs them all, now faced by the country? No.
What really happened at the original Trefa Banquet
Donald Trump’s favorite candies, Starburst candy chews, and Peter Phillips, the man who named them, have a fascinating Jewish history.
Also on offer are Nazi flags, Hitler’s desk, German uniforms, anti-Semitic propaganda, and a black Mercedes once owned by a Nazi doctor.
A Jewish woman has qualified for the final round of the Miss Germany 2018 contest.
Yosl Birstein was such a terrific storyteller, both in Yiddish and in Hebrew, that he eventually became a legendary figure on the Israeli radio.
June Kenton, who calls herself “the UK’s leading boobologist,” has lost royal business after writing her book “Storm in a D Cup.”
It was during World War II, when the armed forces were segregated and I was taking my basic infantry training in Florida.
A Jewish burial society has called for the removal of a London coroner over delayed Jewish burials.
Nearly half of polled voters think Franken should have stayed in office.
For most of ancient history, Jewish life was rabbi-less. So how did they become central to how Jewish law is evolves and how our communities are run?
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