Many Jews who have lobbied against critical race theory in schools say they don’t support legislation like the one in Texas requiring multiple perspectives on “widely debated and currently controversial issues.”
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Several Jewish groups have petitioned the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a case against ongoing anti-Israel protests in front of a synagogue in Ann Arbor, MI.
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Jewish groups have issued tweets denouncing the killing of British Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) Sir David Amess.
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“We will oppose the Council’s disproportionate attention on Israel,” U.S. envoy to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield said.
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The question of divine justice—theodicy—poses the greatest challenge for religious people.
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We asked JTA readers for your must-see Holocaust films. Here’s what you told us.
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In Isaac Bashevis Singer’s 1967 short story “The Slaughterer,” a pious Jew named Yoineh Meir finds himself increasingly revolted by the gore of his work as the village’s kosher slaughterer. At night, when the “smell of the slaughterhouse would not leave his nostrils,” he would seek respite in the study of Torah, but found that […]
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Police are handling the incident as a hate crime.
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The show has drawn criticism for its handling of traditional Jewish foods before. This time, it unpacked the meaning — but also mispronounced “charoset.”
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Curators and museum heads will show how to lift history off of the shelf and get it before the public.
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It’s bound to happen. You were once so in love, but now the thrill is gone.
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