A diverse community of the adherents to the Jewish faith in the United States, currently numbering some four million.
The rabbis and cantors charged with leading their communities through this time are facing a set of challenges uniquely their own.
What does “Jewish significance” mean for an American election in the 21st century?
This is the first such art lending library dedicated to showcasing Israeli artists, with the goal of educating more students about Israel and its diverse society.
At one point, there were 500,000 negative tweets about Soros in one day. And that’s just the past several months.
While many Orthodox leaders are exhorting community members to follow public health recommendations to wear masks and avoid large gatherings, others intend to flout rules.
AMERICAN AFFAIRS: The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) and the Jewish Democratic Council of America (JDCA) are already in election mode and are focused mostly on Jewish voters in swing states.
“No matter how good your synagogue’s reopening plan is, you’re going to be set up to fail if you’re opening up in the context of runaway community spread,” Adams said.
Kass, 84, was walking at 5:45 a.m. when he was approached by an individual who told the rabbi that he was hungry and needed food.
The campaign has been dogged by controversy, but the impact is not at all clear
Biden has long said he opposes BDS, a position he outlines in his plan for America’s Jewish community.