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'We lost two generations. Our grandkids will be better Jews'
When our woman in Havana asked Fidel Castro to the synagogue Hanukkah party
Adela Dworin doesn't have to live in Cuba. Her friends left for Miami long ago. So why does she stay, running and schnorring for the Jewish community? Here's her story, and Cuba's
In find of biblical proportions, seal of Prophet Isaiah said found in Jerusalem
Why the choice between Netanyahu and the rule of law is no choice at all
Toward the end of a panel discussion in which I participated on Tuesday evening, organized by American Jewish leaders on a mission to Jerusalem, a member of the audience asked us whether we realized how lacking in self-awareness Israel currently seems to many of its supporters overseas, as it apparently moves to hound out...
Filber: I was fired for making Netanyahus give up pricey watch from Berlusconi
Two words could protect PM from police indictment recommendation in Bezeq probe
150 years ago, the UK’s first and only Jewish leader changed politics forever
Poland-Israel Holocaust dispute hits the court of viral YouTube videos
Amid the diplomatic feud over Poland's new 'anti-defamation' law, Jewish activists push back on the Polish government for 'white-washing' anti-Semitism
Polish deputy minister urges opening of ‘Polocaust’ museum
Did the Poles who hid my parents do it for the money?
'Once you’re a part of it, you can’t get out'
In Germany, Jewrovision exists — and it’s fabulous
Over 1,200 German Jewish youth participate in the Jewrovision song contest in Dresden in a brilliant show of strength
The British activist who went from radical Islam to staunch Israel ally
Maajid Nawaz spent 5 years in an Egyptian prison for espousing extremism. Now living in London, he educates about the dangers of radicalization in the Western world
Congressional candidate distances self from Munich terrorist grandfather
Knowledge is power
Dr. Alice Shalvi: Equal education of Orthodox women is changing Israeli society
Israeli researchers grow ‘mini-brain’ in a test tube
Weizmann Institute's study of brain wrinkling opens way for future research into disorders such as microcephaly, epilepsy and schizophrenia
Meghan Markle wore bodysuit by Israel-trained designer, and it sold out
Israeli researchers say they have found DNA signals for preeclampsia
Real-life ‘Casablanca’ story is even more dramatic than the Hollywood classic
At the movies
Annihilation: A head-trip wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a sci-fi horror flick
Natalie Portman stars in the visual poem about a mysterious thing called The Shimmer, engineered to make you think -- and rethink
Sammy Davis Jr. charms the world again in new documentary, ‘I Gotta Be Me’
A stitch in time
Documentary captures dramatic ‘tick-tock’ of Obama administration’s last days
Why do American children want each other dead?
I have had a gun pressed against my head. And as much as I want to describe it, I find it almost impossible to do. For me, sound distorted and it was like being under water. Yet my senses were so acute that I could feel the prickly flow of blood as it tried to decide where it was needed most. There was numbness, horror, dread and sadness. There was an instinct that tooks over all at once. It happened twice. Both were armed robberies. Each lasted no more...
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