Trump’s people in particular are campaigning as if Israel were the secret swing state that could decide the election. Could it?
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Even though 92 percent of the Jewish Labour Movement backs the Brit’s challenger in the party’s leadership vote, his deputies cite ‘growing trust’ with the community.
Rokhl Oyerbakh and Deborah Lipstadt disrupted the male-dominated study of the Shoah. The re-energized Holocaust denial on show this election season gives the two upcoming films about them a depressing relevance.
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Eun Bae, a Christian Korean American student, was received warmly when he joined the Jewish brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi. But the news was received less enthusiastically at the Jewish fraternity's headquarters.
While nearly everyone in France, and seemingly the rest of the world, declared an opinion on the burkini, the silence of the nation's Jewish institutions was telling.
Anti-Semitism drove our families to Latin America decades ago. Now we’re encountering it again, as Americans, compounded by the newly strident anti-Latino voices that the Trump campaign have legitimized.
Job, possibly the strangest book in the bible, is based on legends going back thousands of years, and is written in a very unusual form of Hebrew.