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As a child, Eva Gelernt suffered mysterious ailments: bone pain in her legs and knees. Unexplained bruising. Low blood platelet counts. Eva, now 24, visited doctor after doctor in Moorestown, New … more
There’s no rule that says Jews are required to eat chicken on Shabbat — that is, no rule handed down by a rabbi or written in the Torah. But it is a long-standing practice for many … more
I was edged out on Friday evening. The carefully planned operation was carried out by grandson No. 2, the one with the red hair. “Move over, Pop. I’ll do it,” he said firmly, … more
It is 30 degrees outside, and the wind is howling. It’s amazing how fast winter appears. Sometimes I wonder why I stay in this climate. My nose is always freezing, my lips are always chapped, … more
Bimbo Bakeries USA, a subsidiary of Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo — one of the world’s largest baked-goods conglomerates with America’s largest private-label bread-baking business … more
Medical staff at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem were still battling on Tuesday to save the life of a baby delivered by cesarean section after his mother, Shira Ish-Ran, was shot in her … more
Chadian President Idriss Déby’s historic visit to Israel last month did not occur in a vacuum. It is part of a larger effort by Israel to develop close diplomatic ties with many African … more
November 30 is a day to commemorate approximately 850,000 Jews who fled anti-Jewish persecution across the Arab world in the 20th century. Every year on this day, I reflect on my own family’s … more
President Donald Trump presents as an anti-Barack Obama, boasting about how much of his predecessor’s work, from the courts to immigration to medical care to the Iran deal, … more
MEXICO CITY — During her ultimately successful campaign for Mexico City mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum made a reference to her Jewish heritage. Speaking before a group of Jewish women, she said she … more
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