(JNS) Notwithstanding the systematic—and sometimes brutal—pressure the U.S. State Department and almost all U.S. presidents have applied on Israel for seventy five years, commercial and defense cooperation between the two countries has surged to dramatic heights.
(JNS) Congratulations are owed to Yale for its dean of students’ decision to provide single-gender housing options to students beginning with the 2023-24 school year. News reports say that this decision followed “weeks of demands” from Muslim students who were being “forced to change their h…
(JNS) On March 21, CNN International’s Isa Soares brought on a deranged racist, the United Nations’ Francesca Albanese, to accuse Israelis of being deranged racists.
My grandmother was a ‘Sherlock Holmes of Yiddish song,’ but she couldn’t solve the mystery of antisemitism
(JTA) — When I was younger, my family sang Yiddish songs at almost every holiday and gathering.
(JTA) Many people think of Purim as a children’s holiday — unadulterated joy, fun and merriment. But I have come to see it as a profound moral commentary on what it means to hold power, and a cautionary tale about what happens when we fail to do our part to break the cycle of violence when t…
(Jewish Journal) A toxic spill has drawn the nation’s attention to the little town of East Palestine, Ohio, just as another tragedy, the explosion of the space shuttle Columbia in 2003, turned the nation’s gaze upon the town of Palestine, Texas, where much of the debris landed.
By Rabbi Jennie Rosenn
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