Across the country, from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, similar vigils were held Tuesday and Wednesday in Nabra Hassanen's name and with Jewish support
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U.S. Reform Jewish Leader Warns of Crisis Between Israel, U.S. Jews if Western Wall Mixed-prayer Space Scrapped
Netanyahu 'likes to say he's the prime minister of the Jewish people, not just the State of Israel - if you want that role, you have to deliver here, not just talk about it,' says Rabbi Rick Jacobs
Laura Loomer has gone viral after rushing the stage at New York's Shakespeare in the Park. But even a nationalist as herself is shocked by all the anti-Semitism on the far right, she tells Haaretz
Are they being nudged there by the stealth efforts of the Israeli government and its NGO allies?
Rabbi David Wolpe wants politics to be out of bounds for the American synagogue. But what is Jewish commitment if it leads us to indifference and fear and not study and activism?
Islamic Relief USA Honors Jewish Agency Aimed at Resettling Refugees for Protesting Trump's Refugee Ban
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society receives Courage Award award for their 'tireless work' in assisting refugees
The Herzog family, who had fled Hungary in 1944, owned one of the largest art collections in the country before the war
What will it take for Jewish engagement to thrive? Jews will need to start marrying, marry younger, marry Jewish spouses and raise Jewish children
'Anti-Semitic and Hostile': Why Jewish Students Are Suing San Francisco State University for Discrimination
Lawsuit brought by six current and former students alleges that SFSU has allowed anti-Israel students to threaten Jewish peers and stop pro-Israel speech on campus
The 'Day of Absence', an Evergreen College tradition where students and faculty of color voluntarily leave campus for one day, was turned on its head when white students and faculty were asked to leave instead, leading to a unending controversy