The away is given to comedians who have “had an impact on American society in ways similar to” Mark Twain.
Hacohen’s biography of Hadassah founder Henriette Szold won Jewish Book of the Year.
“We’ll have more people in person this week than we had last week,” one rabbi said. “In moments of trauma, people want to be together.”
The upcoming series “WeCrashed” the upcoming miniseries aims to show the way Neumann’s outlandish personality affected the billion-dollar company.
“Josh, as a Jew you should be ashamed of what you’re doing to Build Back Better,” Russell Miller recalled saying.
Most incidents in the same category in 2020 were against Muslims, whose share of the country’s residents is at least 80%.
Now the Berkeley Moshav is looking for members.
The plot of land on which the Salihya’s home stood has been the subject of a legal battle since 2017.
Lévy’s newest globetrotting documentary, ‘The Will To See,’ is a self-aggrandizing awareness tour of the 21st Century’s humanitarian crises.
‘I don’t think the the fact of anti-Jewish terrorism came as a shock to anyone,’ said Dave Rich, head of policy at the Community Security Trust.
Bourla plans to donate his prize money to “projects aimed at preserving the memory of the victims of the Holocaust.”
The imperative to welcome the stranger comes from one of the earliest stories in Scripture. It’s never been easy.
Anna Salton Eisen, a founding member of Congregation Beth Israel, sees a positive sign in the amount of community support for the synagogue.
Gadot said last year that Whedon had threatened her career on the set of “Justice League.”
I know firsthand how challenging the healing process from an attack like this will be.
Let’s be clear: COVID-19 is the enemy, not teachers. And not each other.
The case Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation regarding a Nazi-looted painting was mired in legalese (save for one moment).