Multiple accusations of sexual harassment have been leveled against the two major Jewish figures invested in Jewish continuity
The allegations include inappropriate touching and grabbing, sexual propositions and advances, and inappropriate sexual remarks.
Sociologist Steven M. Cohen painted a portrait of American Jews. Who will replace his expertise?
I am grappling with the emotional and cognitive dissonance of being forced to look at someone in a new, unflattering light.
Accusations against Cohen go back to the 1980s and as recently as 2011.
Why are Israeli Orthodox Jews more attracted to politically extremist views than their non-Orthodox fellow citizens? The question is not a provocation. It’s one that grows out of a new analysis of data from the Pew Research Center’s recent study showing that nearly half of all Israel Jews want Arabs expelled from their midst.
The people behind the Pew survey on Jews now admit that their figures may not depict as gloomy a picture about intermarriage as they first claimed, J.J. Goldberg writes.
The Orthodox population is growing much faster than initial reports from the Pew study suggested. New figures reveal more than a quarter of Jews under age 18 live in Orthodox homes.
Young Jews are more attached to Israel than the previous generation, a new poll reveals. This may be due to the effects of travel to Israel, but they have a nuanced view of the dispute with the Palestinians.
The Jewish population of the New York area grew to 1.54 million, a jump of 9% in a decade, with fast-growing Orthodox communities leading the way, a new study shows.