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The United States will return to Iraq next year a trove of Iraqi Jewish artifacts that lawmakers and Jewish groups have lobbied to keep in this country, a State Department official said. A … more
At 15, Elias Rosenfeld became a “Dreamer.” At the time, the Venezuela native was attending Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School in Miami, where he had lived since he … more
The banging on the door was a shock, but everyone knew what it meant. The summer of 1938 was not an auspicious time to be Jewish in Berlin, yet Hans was not Jewish, or at least he was not Jewish … more
Psalms 35:9,18: And my soul shall exult in the Lord; it shall rejoice in His salvation. … I will thank You in a large assembly; in a mighty people I will praise You. An extremely … more
This is the final Shabbat of 5777. We have been listening to the sound of the shofar each weekday morning throughout the month of Elul. This Motzai Shabbat, we will begin the recitation of Selichot … more
WASHINGTON — A Friday night tweet by President Trump, with Houston recovering from Hurricane Harvey and his sister Irma set to ravage Florida, is renewing hope … more
New York’s city council voted on Thursday to spend $126 million of city funds on a $288 million plan to revitalize 20 blocks in Far Rockaway  At the heart of the project will be the … more
In a bid to preserve interest in the Holocaust by future generations, the Basel-based Anne Frank Foundation is about to publish the first authorized comic book based on the … more
Latif Jiji looks over this year’s crop at Chateau Latif with an expression of satisfaction. If you’ve never heard of Chateau Latif, you’re not alone. It’s not from the … more
It has been more than a decade since Curtis “Yehuda” Franks moved to South Bend, Indiana, and most of the time he doesn’t give a second thought to being a visibly Orthodox Jew in … more
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