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Rod Rosenstein rose to fame this week because of a strongly worded letter he wrote about the FBI Chief
The Council of Young Jewish Presidents wants the next generation of philanthropists prepared for the job.
The Iron Curtain has long parted as hundreds of involved Jews descend on Russia’s cultural
capital for the Limmud FSU festival.
Netsarh, like most Malagasy Jews, arrived at Judaism through Christianity. Although she was raised Catholic, she found herself unsatisfied with her faith and tried exploring other Christian denominations.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
Siamak Morsadegh discusses the status of Jews in Iran and the prospects of an Iranian-Israeli war.
By GIDEON KUTS / MA'ARIV
At the Limmud FSU conference in Russia’s tolerant Kazan, a broad Jewish community hungrily searches for its identity reveling in a shared culture and history
By LAURA KELLY
When the question about religion was first asked in 1937, less than half of Americans said they would vote for a Jewish candidate.
New birthright-like initiative hopes to foster Jewish identity in participants as they settle down and have kids.
It was clear to everyone, though, that “Israel” did not fit into any specific definition or known scheme. It resisted all historical concepts and generalities.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
When one’s Jewish identity is suddenly stripped away,
what is the price of cleaving to one’s convictions in the face of authority?
By YAKIR FELDMAN
So what is it that makes Kitaj’s art Jewish? And why was it important to him to be known as a Jewish artist?
By MORDECHAI BECK
“The children come home and explain to their parents about the holidays – what to eat, what to pray. This is how the parents learn.”
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Before she knew it, Beth Ricanati had not only become something of a baker, but she had a consistent and centering ritual in her life that she could count on.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
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