Film depicts a member of the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz-Birkenau, forced to cremate the bodies of fellow prisoners gassed by the SS. In one corpse, Saul believes he recognizes his dead son.
'Summer Haven' brings together in one tome scholarship, literature, memoir and reflection about the Jewish Catskills during and after WWII.
The Swedish retail chain apologized for marketing the scarf, which resembles a Jewish prayer shawl; it will still be available for sale outside of Israel.
The two left a letter of support at the memorial site for one of Europe’s most notorious blood libel trials.
The Swedish company has on its catalog a scarf that looks like a tallit; this isn’t the first time that fast-fashion retailers have Jewish symbols or styles.
Dunham’s dramatic comedy, which centers on a group of 20-somethings navigating young-adult life in New York, has won multiple Emmy and Directors Guild of America awards since its debut in 2012.
In a new exhibition in Tel Aviv, Tuly Ziv shows works inspired by the furnace his father designed, operated and dismantled after one use.
In 1900 Harlem was the world’s largest Jewish community, after Krakow and the Lower East Side.
Several books currently in the curriculum highlight Jewish-Gentile love, just like 'Borderlife,' the book recently banned from Jewish high schools for 'threatening Jewish identity.'
Education Ministry disqualified novel describing love story between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man from use by high schools for 'threatening Jewish identity.'