The key lesson of the fight against violent Islamism must be applied to Jewish radicals too: Insider religious and right-wing Jewish voices are key to dissuading their descent into violence.
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A Jerusalem conference offers hands-on training on how to prevent with taboo subjects like sexual abuse and violence at home. 'Yeshiva didn’t prepare us for this,' Rabbi Avrohom Union says.
Suad Amiry tells the stories – laced with farce, irony and sometimes oversimplification – of Palestinians revisiting homes they left in the nascent Jewish state.
Israel's 47 Christian schools claim they're getting a fraction of the funds that similar ultra-orthodox Jewish schools get and say they won't open their doors until this changes.
Warner Bros introduced talkies and brought the world classics from Casablanca to Loony Tunes, but Jack Warner's own family wasn't smiling.
This Day in Jewish History, 1869 The Man Who Wrote Bambi and Didn't Make a Dime From the Movie Was Born
Bambi learned of life's perils, observed the judge; pity Salten didn't know of the danger lurking in copyright protection.
But the world went wild over the Russian-born philosopher’s paean to selfishness; 70 years later Atlas Shrugged is still selling strong.
Hotelier Leona Helmsley earned herself a name for tyrannizing her employees, but she was also an active philanthropist, and made her dog very rich.
Anti-Semitism was rearing its head in Europe again and the Jews needed to flee. But where could they go? The British had a suggestion.
Hungarian-born Ephraim Kishon would have an ambivalent relationship with Israel but become one of its most beloved satirists.