Friday, April 10, 2020
This week, 73 North American rabbis will be missing something when they go to Shabbat services: their hair.
The Statue of Liberty is set to receive extra security, with help from an Israeli company.
The KKK today is a collection of mostly small, disjointed groups with no predominant leadership or stability.
James Schlesinger, Jewish-born US defense secretary who played a role in the emergency shipment of arms to Israel during the 1973 Yom Kippur war, has died.
Americans remain overwhelmingly sympathetic to Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a new Gallup poll shows.
Washington State Supreme Court held that a lawsuit can proceed against Olympia Food Co-op board members, challenging its move to boycott Israel products.
A panel of disability experts called for the Jewish community to create a more inclusive environment for persons with disabilities.
An overwhelming majority of the House of Representatives signed a letter urging Obama to reject any actions by the UN that are biased against Israel.
The Supreme Court shot down a federal statute that permitted American citizens born in Jerusalem to list Israel as a place of birth on their passport.
A rabbi known affectionately as “Rambowitz” wants to train Jewish kids in karate to help defend themselves against the growing problem of street attacks.


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