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The news cycle can be a fickle thing, particularly in a week when Americans are deservedly celebrating their independence and enjoying (where applicable) the sunshine. In such periods, stories that … more
There is an old Broadway song that urges us to “Look to the Rainbow” — for love, luck and a happy life. Another one tells us that beyond the rainbow is a place where dreams come … more
AMHERST, Mass. — Twenty-five years after the terrorist attack that targeted the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, leaving 85 people dead and hundreds more injured, one thing is clear: The … more
JERUSALEM — Protests by the Ethiopian-Israeli community and their supporters continued in Israel last week in the wake of the killing of an Ethiopian-Israeli teen by an off-duty police … more
The White House on Wednesday withdrew an invitation to political cartoonist Ben Garrison, who has been accused by the … more
Rabbi Shmuel Klammer, a resident of Woodmere, was appointed academic dean of Touro College Israel (TCI). He will be making aliyah this summer. In his new role, Rabbi Klammer plans to develop new … more
Greek Jews are no strangers to moussaka, the rich casserole traditionally made from eggplant and lamb and thickly layered with bechamel. But because kosher laws prohibit the consumption of milk and … more
A Passover-themed work of public art produced by a Jewish arts and cultural organization here was named one of the country’s top 50 public arts installations by a leading arts and education … more
    The mourning for Miriam is wholly inadequate, and it opened the door for the unfortunate events of Mei Merivah, which concluded with a need for different leadership to bring the … more
Not long ago, I heard a powerful vignette from Rabbi Marvin Hier, the former director of the Simon Wiesenthal center. When Simon Wiesenthal, the famous Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter, celebrated … more
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