Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Evangelicals, who have been advocating for Israel for years, have historically let the Jews take the lead. Laurie Cardoza-Moore, for one, is excited that they are poised to take on a prominent role. An evangelical TV host and activist, Cardoza-Moore backs President Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, a supporter of the settlement movement who is deeply skeptical of the two-state solution.
Hailed as "a lesson on how to connect the eye to heart and mind," the Skirball Center is one of the world's most dynamic Jewish cultural sites.
Congress reached an agreement Sunday night that would increase funding for the Department of Homeland Security's Nonprofit Security Grant Program by $5 million from the 2016 allocation, the federations said in a Monday statement.
In the past couple of years the city of Jerusalem has made an effort to provide a cultural and social scene for the young adults who have moved to the city.
Large parts of Florida are suffering from severe drought, and hurricane season threatens to make things worse.
Ronny Naftaniel, the former leader of Holland’s main pro-Israel lobby, was honored by the Dutch prime minister.
American Jewish World Service announced a new campaign to help protect women and girls worldwide.
At a Lifeline for the Old workshop in Jerusalem, elderly artisans craft handmade items for sale to visitors that come from around the world.
The only Jewish organization dedicated to fighting hunger in the US has announced a new initiative targeting food insecurity among seniors.
Haim Cohen is the face of a social media campaign for a nonprofit that provides nutritious breakfasts daily to disadvantaged students at 120 schools across Israel.

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