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In its coverage of Saturday’s hostage-taking at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, the Associated Press advanced, intentionally or not, … more
Back in 2003, I was a student at Yeshiva University’s Cardozo Law School. I had married my classmate, Malkah, and we were both halfway through the last year of school. One day, we heard … more
Last week, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid warned that the new year will see increasing allegations that Israel is an apartheid state, with foes of the Jewish state targeting … more
Woman power was front and center at Hadassah’s online Power of Purpose conference. Organizers of the Jan. 9 Zoom event pulled in such superstars as journalist Lesley Stahl, former first … more
Hundreds of American Jews participated in “Sigd: A Virtual Celebration of Jewish Unity,” last week. While Cheshvan is commonly known as the only Hebrew month that has no holidays or … more
In the tiny Samaritan village of Kfar Luza on Mount Gerizim, some 37 miles north of Jerusalem, the gregarious 78-year-old Samaritan priest Husney Wasef Cohen welcomes us into his sukkah. While … more
It’s been almost a year since US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman completed his service. In an interview with JNS, Friedman — who recently joined former Treasury Secretary Steven … more
This is the moment that so many travelers — and Israel’s tourism industry — have been waiting for since the pandemic shut out much of foreign travel through Ben-Gurion International … more
A New York Times reporter and photographer get into a car. They travel across one of the world’s happiest countries — and find only anger, alienation and regret. If that … more
On Aug. 25, 1859, Italian archaeologist and engineer Ermette Pierotti tried to sneak into the sanctuary at the Cave of the Patriarchs — Me’arat Machpelah — with the assistance … more
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