Pro-Palestinian protestors have a history of extreme rhetoric and hate-speech in the Bay Area, and their recent rallies show they have only become more vocal and vitriolic with time.
Elka Looks, originally from Tel Aviv, is the Communications Manager for the San Francisco based Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), www.jcrc.org the public affairs arm of the organized Bay Area Jewish community.
When Google buses are stoned and locals protest in San Francisco, angry at being priced out of their city by high-earning tech workers, what’s the Jewish community to do?
For Jewish communities, actively promoting peace and the two-state solution means also combating those who seek to endanger these aims.
The Christmas culture wars are a test of how America – and its Jewish community within it - balances majority and minority religious rights.
Bay Area Jews have created a pro-Israel 'tent' that is particularly broad and diverse.
Bay Area Jews challenge the post-Pew pessimism: Non-religious Jews who have expressed their Jewish identity for over a century in social action are now fighting for gun control.
Jews around the world should join San Francisco’s Jewish community in speaking out against anti-gay legislation in Russia.
Business professionals and philanthropists from the U.S. and Europe come together for OneVoice Delegation Tour, traveling throughout Israel and the West Bank and meeting with influential Palestinian and Israeli decision makers.
Do the Upper-East Siders do Teshuva on Yom Kippur?
Edouard Cukierman to Haaretz: Israel’s economic improvement is crucial to strengthening the country, integrating immigrants and improving Israel’s image abroad; I have known from a very young age, this is where I belong.