“This despicable graffiti is unfortunately part of a disturbing trend worldwide,” Mayor John Cranley said.
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Koch allegedly asked people if they were Jewish. When the victim responded yes, although he was not actually Jewish, Koch allegedly attacked him.
The mayor of Cincinnati and the Anti-Defamation League denounced the spray-painting of a swastika on a sign at a Reform rabbinical school. On Tuesday morning, a white swastika was discovered on a sign on the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
Staff at the college reported the incident to the Cincinnati Police, which arrived on the campus, erased the swastika from the sign and launched an investigation into the matter.
Two major Jewish institutions have stepped in to provide a home for the art and artifacts of the B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum.
Did you know that the Buckeye State was home to an iconic Jewish bathhouse — or that whale-fishing is illegal there? Here are 12 other (sort of) Jewish facts about Ohio.
The ordination of America’s first class of Reform rabbis was celebrated with a — yes, you guessed it — ‘trefa banquet.’ Was the non-kosher menu an accident?
Ethan Kadish suffered a serious brain injury when he was struck by lightning at a Jewish camp. His family will celebrate his bar mitzvah in a Cincinnati hospital this weekend.
The Israel@65 Cincinnati Young Leaders Journey to Israel took place December 20, 2012 – January 3, 2013. Learn more at http://bit.ly/12cvX6g.