Brad Grey, the chairman and chief executive officer of Viacom Inc’s Paramount Pictures film studio is expected to leave with an announcement coming as early as next week, according to two sources familiar with the situation.
NEW YORK The Reform movement became the largest Jewish body to oppose the nomination of David Friedman as United States ambassador to Israel. In a statement released Friday, one day after the launch of Senate hearings to confirm Friedman, Union for Reform Judaism President Rabbi Rick Jacobs released a statement saying Friedman is “the wrong…
Chabad, the Hasidic movement that operates Jewish centers in more than 90 countries, has set up shop in the Pacific island archipelago of New Caledonia, which has 250,000 residents and 250 Jews. The movement’s emissaries to the island, which is a French territory, are Rabbi Menachem and Bassie Sabbach. The rabbi is a fluent…
~~First came Pepe, the anti-Kermit, then Kek. Now meet Pek, the purple Hiter-loving pigeon.~~
Just what constitutes appropriate behavior at a Holocaust memorial site has been a hot topic recently.
At 10 percent of Israel’s population, ultra-Orthodox Jews have big families and are a tempting market for the flat-pack furniture giant Ikea.
A total of 100 attacks recorded in January left 16 wounded in total, according to Shin Bet’s monthly report.
The vendor selling swastika T-shirts was kicked off campus, and Rabbi Dov Wagner explained on Facebook that “art should not be a cover for hate.”
At a press conference Thursday, President Donald Trump called on a reporter from the ultra-Orthodox magazine Ami. Within moments, he had interrupted the reporter and told him to sit down.
“It’s very unfair what’s been done to him and I understand why he’s so defensive,” said Jake Turx, who wears a large kippah and a beard.
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