Republican Jewish Coalition Slams ‘Anti-Semitic Invective’ in White House Race

The Republican Jewish Coalition condemned the “troubling increase of anti-Semitic invective” aimed at journalists covering the presidential campaigns, but without singling out the two most widely reported incidents, both involving supporters of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.

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‘Joining Fabric of World Jewish Community,’ 100 Convert on African Island of Madagascar

More than 100 men and women converted to Judaism in Madagascar this month, a historic first for the large island nation off the southeast coast of Africa.

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Controversy Swirls Among Satmars Over Drowned Businessman — Even as Politicians Pay Respects

Prominent elected officials are streaming to memorial gatherings for a Satmar leader who drowned in mid-May, amid growing tensions within the Hasidic community.

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Rachel Fishman Feddersen Named the Forward’s New Publisher

Rachel Fishman Feddersen, a veteran editor and digital strategist, will become the Forward’s new publisher next month, as the legendary Jewish news organization expands its digital reach.

Did Orthodox Union Water Down Kosher Standards To Keep Manischewitz Happy?

When it comes to kosher products, no one is bigger than Manischewitz. That’s why a rabbi’s lawsuit claiming that the Orthodox Union softened its kosher certification to please the iconic matzo-maker is so shocking.

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