Many are outraged over the mistreatment of Jewish women who tried to pray at our faith’s holiest site. Perhaps the diaspora should use its financial clout to force a change.
What do Jewish boxer Dmitriy Salita, ophthalmologist Stephen Kutner and Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn have in common? They are among 20 semifinalists in the second annual Jewish Community Heroes campaign. Organized by the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), the campaign celebrates men and women who selflessly and wholeheartedly devote their lives to helping others. Over the past three months, 311,265 votes were cast online for nominees from all walks of life: neighbors, teachers, community organizers and leaders.
It’s the Jewish Da Vinci Code, but is it actually any good?