Seventy-two percent of non-Orthodox American Jews marry non-Jews. But two decades of a dubious strategy to engage intermarried Jews by rebranding Jewish communal life as 'welcoming' and 'inclusive' has completely failed.
To expose the moral and ideological foundations of the dispute between right and left, one must present the fundamental assumptions that have shaped the views of the right throughout history.
This Day in Jewish History 1977: Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein, Who Couldn't Help but See the Humor, Dies
After fighting in WWII, Roy Fox Lichtenstein had a stab at Abstract Expressionism, then his son challenged him to draw a decent Mickey Mouse.
Herdsville wanted to honor the railroad baron whose investments put it on the map. So it renamed itself Seligman.
Sharp downturn in French immigration to Israel blamed chiefly on absence of job opportunities, study says.
Everyone wants a piece of the action because the returns are better in America. American Jewish property magnates are opening critical doors.
Daniel Koren: 'There are Israeli actors who work hard to get rid of their accent, but they still get cast as Arab terrorists.'
Programs at Tel Aviv University, Ben-Gurion University to begin in fall 2017 with funding from Rothschild family philanthropy.
Is 'Arab Jew' a fabricated identity? Yes, but that doesn’t diminish the power of the concept, or the debate over it.
What’s frustrating is that so many young, idealistic Jews are taking up issues that aren’t theirs.