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Human suffering in the Gaza Strip has grown over the past year, top U.S. Middle East negotiator Jason Greenblatt told a conference on Tuesday at the White House called to mobilize aid for … more
WASHINGTON — President George W. Bush’s first act as president, on Jan. 29, 2001, was to open an office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Church-state separations … more
The quirky Jewish physicist would have been proud. A violin once owned by Albert Einstein sold for $516,500 at the New York-based Bonhams auction house on Friday. The instrument, which … more
Itzhak Perlman, arguably the most famous violinist in the world, has heard plenty of questions in his 50-year career. But when asked if his religious heritage has affected his playing, he sounds … more
Students from the Shulamith School for Girls and the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway were among those from several Long Island schools who attended last week’s AIPAC Policy … more
Nearly 1,500 prospective immigrants to Israel attended a mega-event on Sunday to learn about what it takes to make aliyah. The Nefesh B’Nefesh Mega Aliyah Fair, at John Jay College in … more
VIENNA — Until December, Milli Segal’s main challenge as a producer of Jewish-themed events in Austria was balancing her duties at work with her hands-on approach to being a Jewish … more
Six-time NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire has launched a line of kosher-for-Passover Israeli wines. The 6-foot-10 former player, who returned earlier this month from a trip to the Jewish … more
According to Stuart Hershkowitz, vice president of the Jerusalem College of Technology, haredim are the fastest-growing population sector in Israel, at 11 … more
DC Comics’ newest writer says that the choices he has made for his new Superman series are “deeply connected to [the character’s] origins.” And those origins are very … more
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