At least one-third of victims were Jewish, according to ADL ■ Death toll highest since 1995
Jews in America
Our commitment to racial or gender equality can't be derailed by one Palestine-related bullet point, or one celebrity's insensitive gaffes. Our community's safety depends on working with our historical allies - not retreating to the ghetto of 'what's good for the Jews first'
The item on the group's agenda claims that legislation against political boycott of Israel is a violation of the First Amendment
Uman, site of the grave of Rabbi Nachman, draws thousands of ultra-Orthodox pilgrims each year. Tension between pilgrims and local residents often turns violent.
The eager attacks on 'racist' Covington Catholic students and 'homophobic' Karen Pence is yet more proof that America's liberals are tolerant of everything but religious faith. When Orthodox Jews are targeted, what will liberal Jews do?
With a dangerously dwindling endowment, the publication last week ended its print edition and fired 20% of its staff, including its editor in chief
It was red, white, and blue, sloppy but unmistakable, disfiguring the trees flanking the kids' playground. 'You should report it,' my husband urged. 'I can’t,' I said. 'I can’t deal with it.'
When a head of the group denies the compatibility of feminism and Zionism or fails to condemn Louis Farrahkan, even sympathetic Jewish voices drop out
Boston Jewish Community Council Threatens to Expel Member Group for Cooperating With 'anti-Zionist' Jewish Voice For Peace
Jewish Community Relations Council resolution sets up showdown with local branch of Workmen's Circle ■ Critics say that this 'sets a dangerous precedent of condemnation by association'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Atlanta rabbi who resorts to creative methods to preserve his community's Jewish identity, and an L.A. baseball player-turned-firefighter who decided he's Jewish on a Birthright trip
'I feel everyone has a right to exist,' Tamika Mallory tells PBS' Margaret Hoover, who says answer should have been 'a no-brainer'
A number of the movement’s chapters have sought to distance themselves from the anti-Semitism-roiled D.C. leadership: 'I think this is the last year we will be calling ourselves Women’s March'
The two newest additions to the Women's March steering committee talk about the difference between blacks and Jews, their relationship with Israel and their friendship with Linda Sarsour
The Women’s March anti-Semitism saga exposes the profound failure of identity politics and inclusion. We're told we must 'work through' the pain of overt anti-Semitism, that we boost white supremacy and that we're Zionist genocidaires
The Forward began publication in 1897 and will continue to exist online in English and Yiddish ■ 40 percent of staff laid off
Two significant progressive spaces - the Women's March and the UK Labour party - have become unfriendly, if not unsafe, spaces for many Jews. And the reasons are depressingly similar
The term 'third rail' refers to the deadly electrified rail on urban trains, implying that Israel-related issues are untouchable for American media
Rabbis say that differences remain but encourage Jewish community members to attend Saturday's march
After a six month investigation, the Jewish student organization issued a confidential statement calling such allegations 'justified,' the New York Jewish Week reports
Democratic Jewish leader welcomed decision to 'take a principled stand against anti-Semitism' ■ National Organization for Women also disappeared from new list of sponsors
The Women’s March is America's most vital and effective coalition for resisting hate. We Jewish women must be part of it
Three New York companies have seen prices for their Tel Aviv-traded bonds drop by double digits in recent days
As the movement prepares for its third annual U.S. protest, some U.S. Jews are agonizing over whether to participate, while others refuse to support a leadership dogged by accusations of anti-Semitism
Groundbreaking U.S. Rabbi Angela Buchdahl explains why she changed her mind on Jewish intermarriage, and what it's like to be the face of Judaism for many Americans, while not being kosher enough for Israel
The most polarizing voices on the left and the right police and dictate how we in the U.S. Jewish talk about and engage with Israel, Birthright and Arab society
Israel is now, whether Israelis like it or not, a tool for advancing political and partisan agendas in Washington
The show, which has been nominated for several awards, looks at the polarization of America through the lens of current events. The Jewish comedian reportedly plans to shop the series to other networks and streaming services
Stanley Chesley was disbarred and court-ordered to pay $42 million to former clients, whose settlement money he had pocketed. Yet he still sits on the national board of directors for the JNF
CBS Studios and Israeli Keshet Studios acquired the script developed by Chabon and Ayelet Waldman
Jewish Group Slams University of North Carolina-Asheville for Inviting Women's March Leader as Speaker
Tamika Mallory has been criticized for unwavering support for controversial minister Louis Farrakhan, mired in anti-Semitism claims