Monday, June 26, 2017
Around 200,000 people, including 30,000 tourists, celebrated LGBTQ pride in Tel Aviv.
Supporters and critics of Rabbi Joseph Dweck signed petitions following his comments last month.
Wearing pants to work would violate her religious principles, the 26-year-old Brooklynite says in a lawsuit against New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Jews are the only religious group to have a monthlong commemoration proclaimed by the U.S. president. But some say it has failed to live up to its goals.
The image of the online cartoon character has been co-opted by anti-Semites and white nationalists associated with the the alt-right.
Israel’s various Jewish denominations adapted their Passover prayers to address the tragedy unfolding just across their northern border.
Three well-known American humorists have written a Haggadah for an overlooked crowd: the wiseguys, cutups and punsters.
In the video, young adults critique those who verbally support people with disabilities but are too afraid to live in the same spaces as them.
History doesn’t always repeat itself, but echoes of the darkest chapters serve as warnings. We study the past and preserve our tradition so that we’ll recognize the signs.
The hotel project appears to be more even-handed in its approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with a website explaining that “[d]epending on who you talk to,” the security barrier is “either a vital security measure or an instrument of apartheid.”


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