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Sharp downturn in French immigration to Israel blamed chiefly on absence of job opportunities, study says.
The presidential nominee's relationship with Netanyahu, the Iran nuclear deal and Trump's discriminatory statements are some of the high points to look out for tonight.
The Jewish vote in America is about 'cultural identity and shared fears more than political stands or personalities,' history scholar says.
According to the Pulitzer Prize-winning international expert the Republican presidential nominee is 'dangerous crazy.'
Menia Perelman, who was born in Romania and survived four years in a concentration camp, says she prefers Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
When the Dutch East India Co relented and let them into the Cape, without constraints, the Jews began to arrive.
Jewish Status Anxiety shows why they need progressives as much as progressives need the Jewish community.
Lamb is an easy and festive holiday staple in the Middle East.