Irena Klepfisz, daughter of Holocaust survivors and a second-wave feminist, explains why she joined the Women's March on N.Y.C. against President Donald Trump.
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In remarks to New Yorker, famed American-Jewish novelist says Trump 'wields a vocabulary of 77 words better called Jerkish than English.'
With more than a quarter of students at Jewish day schools receiving a state voucher in Ohio, Trump's education pick has the support of local Jewish community.
The Conference of Presidents praised what it saw as a unifying message, while The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect thought the speech fell short of guaranteeing rights to minorities.
Hungarian-born billionaire and Jewish philanthropist tells Davos crowd that Trump is 'gearing up for a trade war' which would have 'very far-reaching effect in Europe and other parts of the world.'
This Day in Jewish History 1888: Man Who Would Lose His Shipping Empire to the Nazis, but Who Saved Jews First, Born
Arnold Bernstein, proud soldier for the Kaiser, saw the Nazi peril early, but only slowly realized: 'All my decent life and my merits would be of no help.'
Jewish notions of the horror of murder are being dumped into the sewer of messianic madness, abetted by a prime minister who comforts the perpetrator’s family, implicitly justifying Azaria’s act.
The Jewish day of rest is customarily marked with a festive meal on Friday night. These recipes bring an Israeli touch with an emphasis on Israel’s seasonal winter vegetables.