Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Poland, a country with almost no Jews. A new study notes that a sharp rise in Islamophobia has been accompanied by a distancing from other ethnic groups, including Jews. “The more people are anti-Muslim, the more they’re anti-Semitic,” said Michal Bilewicz, the director of the Center for Research on Prejudice at the University of Warsaw_._
Israel has found the right balance between Jewish identity and a free and open society. It’s a formula that its future depends on, Abraham Foxman writes
In the early 1960s, it was tough to be part of the only Jewish family in a Christian suburb of Boston. Best-selling author Caroline Leavitt revisits that troubled period.
The 5th Annual March of Remembrance will be held in 40+ cities of the USA on April 7, 2013
Prejudice is so easy to embrace when it’s seen at a distance, and nearly impossible to sustain when viewed up close. Thus, in the story of “Driving Miss Daisy,” the revival now playing on Broadway, we watch a 72-year-old Southern Jewish widow drop her guard and learn over the decades to trust her black chauffeur. A true friendship blooms between them on the roads of Georgia and Alabama, and the play ends with a tender moment.