During Ramadan, Jews and Muslims Share Dinner and Friendship — But National Effort Lags Behind

“When we first came in, the Jewish people were sitting in one section and the Muslims were a little bit in the other section, but now you’re going to find everybody sharing food with one another,” said one participant at an interfaith iftar meal. But among triumphs, many challenges remain in fostering dialogue between Jews and Muslims.


Supreme Court Immigration Ruling Leaves Millions in Limbo, Some Jewish Groups Say

Millions of immigrant families are left in limbo after the Supreme Court failed Thursday to reach a decision on the legality of President Barack Obama’s executive orders on immigration, some Jewish groups say.


Hebrew Israelites Celebrate Rabbi Who Founded Their Century-Old Movement

This weekend black Israelites will gather across New York City to celebrate their spiritual patriarch — a rabbi from Harlem who helped establish America’s black Hebrew-Israelite movement a century ago.


Jew Vs. Jew, Brit Vs. Brit, No One Agrees on Brexit

Britain’s Jewish community — like its country — remains severely divided over the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union.


Jackie Mason Calls Jerry Nadler ‘Overweight’ in Primary Opponent’s Robocall

“You would never know he was a Jew,” Jackie Mason says of Jerry Nadler in a new robocall paid for by the congressional campaign of Oliver Rosenberg, Nadler’s challenger for the Democratic nomination.

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