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You send your kids off to college, and they come back telling you that Israel is an occupying force with no rights to the land.... [Read More]
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For more than four hours, thousands mourned at a West Bank cemetery for Ari Fuld, the victim of a terrorist stabbing who is being called... [Read More]
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Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, appearing at a Jewish day school in Brooklyn, spoke about her Jewish background and how her family jumped from synagogue... [Read More]
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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to run for president in 2020 as a Democrat, The Times of London reported. Bloomberg, who considered independent... [Read More]
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The Bay Area Rapid Transit in San Francisco accepted an ad from the Institute for Historical Review, a known Holocaust-denying group. The ad, which shows... [Read More]
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The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that upgrades to ambassador level the position of special envoy to monitor and combat antisemitism at the State... [Read More]
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(JNS) Two teams of scientists from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology collaborated to conduct monumental research to discover an innovative new scientific field: Quantum Metamaterials.... [Read More]
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Tel Aviv will host the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest and not Jerusalem, Israel's capital city, the preferred site of the Israeli government. The semifinals will... [Read More]
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(JNS) Ahead of this November's midterm elections, the American Jewish Congress just launched its inaugural "Jewish Voters Guide." The 2018 guide is a database summarizing... [Read More]
Julia Salazar, whose revised claims to Jewish identity raised questions and challenges in the media, won her race for a New York State Senate seat in the... [Read More]
Several Hartford area Jewish organizations will mark National Bullying Prevention Month with a screening of the acclaimed coming-of-age "Eighth Grade" on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 7... [Read More]
with employment as their goal. Through Ken's Closet, business clothes... [Read More]
Constellation Hospice, which recently received accreditation from the National Institute for Jewish Hospice, is seeking volunteers to visit patients who are nearing end of life... [Read More]
The central mitzvah of Sukkot, which this year begins the Saturday evening, Sept. 23, is found in Leviticus 23:42, where Jews are commanded to dwell... [Read More]
ALLISON BENTHIEN, daughter of Lauren Benthien and Ross Benthien, will celebrate her bat mitvah on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford.... [Read More]
By Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb The recent commemoration of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, rekindled my interest in the subject of memory and... [Read More]
Poetry Café; free poetry-writing workshop with Shulamith Scharfstein Chernoff, author of two volumes of poetry; bring your poems to share; coffee provided; 11:30 a.m.; Congregation... [Read More]
Faith and fasting Food abstention and restrictions are ancient practices whose purpose and benefit span across the three Abrahamic faiths – Judaism, Christianity and Islam.... [Read More]
By Rafael Medoff In an era that has seen more than 400,000 people take part in a Women's March on Washington, it may not sound... [Read More]
Moe Berg is going into the Baseball Hall of Fame... [Read More]
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