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Chris Smith, the latest American basketball pro to move to Israel was inspired by Amar'e Stoudemire to convert to Judaism. [Read More]
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Chris Smith, the latest American basketball pro to move to Israel was inspired by Amar'e Stoudemire to convert to Judaism. [Read More]
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The Los Angeles-based Kaballah Centre, long popular with (non-Jewish) celebrities like Madonna, is rebranding again. [Read More]
The Kaballah Centre is totally revamping their website and launching a mobile app. [Read More]
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White nationalists want to hold another rally in Charlottesville, the site of August's bloody "Unite the Right" rally. [Read More]
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A Chabad couple passed out menorahs and donuts to police and journalists outside the bomber's home. [Read More]
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The move shows the "alt-right" looking to make international connections, especially with far-right European allies. [Read More]
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Rev. Dr. Barber, the country's foremost progressive religious activist called on Reform Jews to join him in his campaign. [Read More]
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A New Jersey synagouge affiliated with the Conservative movement welcomes intermarried families in separate plot. [Read More]
The white nationalist organizers behind Unite the Right are planning an anniversary event. [Read More]
Right wing blogger Lucian Wintrich says that he can't be anti-Semitic — his grandfather is Jewish. [Read More]
The couple profiled in the New York Times reportedly lost their jobs after the story. [Read More]
White nationalist and "alt-right" figure Richard Spencer is not welcome in Poland. [Read More]
The mayor's new plan doesn't include halal or kosher options. [Read More]
With "white sharia," white supremacists evoke Islamic law as a justification for subjugating women. [Read More]
This isn't the first time the president has trafficked in conspiracy theories. [Read More]
American Jews have been writing Thanksgiving prayers and sermons since the 1780s. [Read More]
A rabbi-approved navigation device for a strict Hasidic sect. [Read More]
Nation of Islam head Louis Farrakhan praised the "alt-right" as "white people of intelligence." [Read More]
Who would want to label themselves a "proud anti-Semite"? [Read More]
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