In return, the Palestinian Authority will send Israel shipments of Pfizer doses it is set to receive in the future.
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(JTA) — Donald Trump is still trying to figure out why more American Jews didn’t vote for him, arguing in a haredi Orthodox magazine interview this week that they “don’t love Israel enough” and the Israel-related moves he made as president should have earned him a larger share of the Jewish vote. “You know what […]
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Amanda Beckenstein Mbuvi “grew up Jewish in the Black church” and started a Jewish studies program at her previous college.
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The Palestinian model, Qaher Harhash, publicly shared private messages from Vanessa Perilman, a designer for Zara, which led to backlash against the chain.
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A ruling that Philadelphia must work with a foster agency that discriminates against LGBTQ parents disappoints liberal Jewish groups and pleases Orthodox Jewish groups.
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Democrats were far more inclined to restrict the aid.
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Shmuel Rosner and journalist Tal Shalev discuss Israel’s new government.
Tal Shalev is chief political correspondent for the leading Israeli web portal Walla News. She has also worked as a news editor for the Israeli daily Haaretz and the intern…
After more than a year of Zoom, enough already. It’s time to be together again.
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The attacks raise fears that the recent cease-fire could be in jeopardy.
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Anti-Defamation League (ADL) CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement to the Journal that it’s “deeply disappointing” that the American Federation for Teachers (AFT) will not condemn the “dangerous” resolution put forth by their Los Angeles affiliate. On June 9, Greenblatt sent a letter to AFT President Randi Weingarten expressing concern over the United Teachers […]
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An incoming master’s student and one alumnus from the University of Michigan called for the university to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism after a spate of recent antisemitic incidents on campus. During the public comment session of the June 16 university’s Board of Regents meeting, University of Michigan graduate and […]
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It is extraordinary to watch California reopen.
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