Ashkenazi

Jewish organizations can do better on diversity

Our community will suffer a loss if mainstream Jewish communal institutions are not able to be more effective in engaging Jews of color.

By JOEL BOND
04/07/2020
Jewish Museum in Moscow
Tuesday afternoons learning Yiddish with Chava in Arnona

Chava was born and raised in Mexico in a Yiddish-speaking home.

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
06/04/2020
A global Jewish cookbook

A multicultural book of recipes from Europe, the Middle East, Ethiopia and beyond

By CAROL UNGAR
03/04/2020
Jerusalem Post reporter Ilanit Chernick takes an mtDNA test to find out the unique story of her mate
Discovering my maternal roots through a simple swab of saliva

The Jerusalem Post took a mitochondrial DNA test with Family Tree DNA and local start-up Igentify to trace back my maternal ancestry

The rift between the first and second Israel

There are numerous impressive Mizrahi intellectuals, who express radical positions of various political shades, and who share the anger and rage about the continuing discrimination against Mizrahim.

Bret Stephens
The myth of Jewish privilege and intellectual superiority

Ironically, if there is indeed a secret to Jewish genius, it’s precisely that Jews don’t believe the brain is an operating system you download from your parents

Bret Stephens, former editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post and winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize fo
New York Times: Bret Stephens article on Ashkenazi Jews was 'fact-checked'

According to POLITICO, Bennet did not specify how Stephens's references to claims of Ashkenazi Jewish intellectual superiority passed the editing process.

05/01/2020
Bret Stephens, former editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post and winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize fo
New York Times columnist slammed for article on Jewish intelligence

“The Secret of Jewish Genius” published on Saturday had received nearly 700 comments on the online edition of The Times by Sunday afternoon when the comments were closed.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
31/12/2019
Manifestants pro-BDS à Berlin
Don’t silence Middle Eastern and North African Jews

To a group of radical anti-Zionist students at Vassar, however, all of this made me a threat on campus. As an Israeli who knows a thing or two about legitimate threats, this was chilling.

22/11/2019
For greater solidarity, Jews should join mass kaddish on Nov. 30

In the first half of the 20th century, almost 900,000 Jews lived in Arab countries, whereas today there exists no more than a few thousand.

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