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This week marks the Sheloshim commemorative of the passing of one of my heroes and a hero of our people, Moshe Arens.  Seven years ago I had the honor to have interviewed him in … more
This past Sunday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Set on the anniversary of the Russian Army’s liberation of Auschwitz, the day was created by the United Nations to remember and … more
A comprehensive survey of European attitudes to anti-Semitism released last week by the European Union displays what its authors call a “perception gap.” The term means that … more
The video, with suspenseful music playing in the background, opens with footage of a crowd of Orthodox Jews. Then it paraphrases a classic poem about the Holocaust. “First they came … more
Lily Widner has cheated death too many times to remember each close call. The 97-year-old Jewish Floridian survived starvation in the ghetto of her native Polish city of Lodz, two Nazi death camps … more
Mandy Silverman remembers being scared of the kitchen as a child. “There was a constant joke in my house growing up that I would mess up instant iced tea,” she recalled in a … more
In the despair of the Soviet Union’s fierce World War II battles against the Nazis, a 42-year-old Jewish man from Odessa wrote a song in Yiddish poking fun at … more
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision not to extend the mandate of the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) observers is likely to be denounced as yet another … more
The decision by the Boston Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) that any member organization supporting the BDS movement could be expelled from the council has generated a wider discussion among … more
In the 1990s show “Beverly Hills 90210,” student body president Brandon Walsh is torn between placating his university’s Black Student Union after they invite a Louis Farrakhan-type … more
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