Friday, January 19, 2018
Jspace sat down with JScreen to learn more about the organization and the impact genetic testing can have on a family.
After 102 years on the Lower East Side, Russ & Daughters, the landmark New York City appetizing shop, has opened a location at the Jewish Museum.
Thousands of mourners attended the funeral for a lone soldier from New Jersey who was killed when a grenade exploded in his jeep in the Golan Heights.
Gorovitz reportedly was held for 90 minutes, prompting an opposition lawmaker to declare that she was being subjected to “political persecution.”
Amnesty International—known for criticism of Israel—condemned Palestinian attacks on Israelis, saying the attacks 'displayed clear contempt for human life.'
David Blatt, who was fired this season as head coach of the Cavaliers, reportedly is under consideration for the same job with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Two top National Football League players pulled out of publicity trip to Israel, saying they felt “used” by the government. Bennett tweeted an image of a letter with a longer explanation of why he would not be participating.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler has joined the chorus of voices demanding the return of Jewish archives to Iraqi Jews and their descendants.
SodaStream, producer of a beverage carbonation machine, was forced to lay off its last 74 Palestinian workers after being the target of the BDS movement.
Think you're familiar with Habima Square? The Tel Aviv hotspot known as a cultural hub for the Jewish state just got a whole lot cooler.


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