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Some 7,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries headed back to their home countries this week following the 20th Maccabiah Games, a two-week event that is being praised for helping create … more
It might be just one more brick in virulently anti-Semitic rock superstar Roger Waters’ wall of hate, but for several Nassau County elected officials, it’s one step too far onto the dark … more
Continued from last week’s Jewish Star Tell me about the death march. Our camp was close to the front where the Americans were fighting the Germans. So they took us out and walked us far … more
Last Friday’s deadly terror attack near the Temple Mount shows how Israel is at the forefront of the clash of civilizations between the Islamic world and the West—not only with the … more
The Israeli government reopened the Temple Mount complex to Muslims and members of other faiths on Sunday with strict new security measures, in the wake of last Friday’s attack near the … more
The U.S. consul general in Jerusalem recently set off on the first leg of a 200-mile hike that will simultaneously promote one pro-Palestinian myth while inadvertently exploding another. Consul … more
Last year, I wrote an opinion piece for JTA about a term and a trend few Jews over the age of 30 had ever heard of: intersectionality. Coined in the late 1980s, intersectionality posits that various … more
At 3-1/2, Peretz Apfelbaum may not completely understand it yet, but some kitchens can put his life in danger. The Brooklyn boy is allergic to peanuts … more
WASHINGTON — Alan Gross, 68, wanted to tell me his news: He and his wife, Judy, had made aliyah. “It came through on May 3, which is Golda Meir’s birthday … more
Mayim Bialik, a star on the CBS hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” launched a witty new video campaign this week for SodaStream, succeeding actress Scarlett Johansson as the official … more
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