Joseph Sitruk, Ex-Chief Rabbi of France, Dies at 71

(JTA) — Joseph Sitruk, who served as chief rabbi of France for more than two decades, has died. Sitruk died Sunday after being hospitalized for several days following a stroke, The Times of Israel reported. He was 71. French President Francois Hollande called the Orthodox religious leader a “defender of secularism” in a statement announcing his death,…

Remembering Former Israeli President Shimon Peres, in Photos

Former Israeli President Shimon Peres died today, leaving behind a political career that spanned seven decades. We’re commemorating the politician’s life with a peek back at some of his greatest photo ops.

Sid Blumenthal, an Unhappy Bibi and 3 Other Jewish Moments From the Presidential Debate

After months of anticipation, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met last night in the first of three presidential debates. Starting at 9:00 p.m. and stretching an hour-and=a-half, the spectacle lived up to the hype, and felt at times more like a boxing match than a civic event. Here’s five Jewish snap-shots from a night to remember:


6 Jewiest Moments at the Presidential Debate Between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

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Jewish Neocons Tweet Shade, Schadenfreude at Trump’s Debate Performance

Jewish conservatives, many of them Never-Trumpers, signaled their schadenfraude at his lackluster debate performance in a series of derisive tweets.

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