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The Women’s International Zionist Organization still refuses to provide relevant documents to adoptees searching for their families.
Through Donald Trump, we are witnessing the chieftainization of the American presidency — to our peril.
Amid despair and anxiety, I also saw optimism. Most had not given up hope that peace would return to their countries. They longed to return home.
One of the year’s most crucial resolutions is about to go to a vote in the United States Congress, and the American Jewish community is missing it.
NEW YORK (JTA) — It’s not uncommon to see Hasidic Jews in Day N Night, a Yemenite-owned corner store in Boro Park, Brooklyn. In fact, the shop caters to the many Orthodox Jewish customers who live in the neighborhood by selling Hebrew and Yiddish-language newspapers and allowing observant Jews to buy things on tab on Shabbat and Jewish holidays,…