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Fighting Tay-Sachs with Genetic Screening

While some people think that Tay-Sachs has been eliminated, babies are still being born with this disease. How is this possible, when genetic testing is so readily available?

Print Issue: Hide No More | Mar 1, 2024

We, the Jewish people, have risen to this time in history for a moment like this. A time in which we proudly explore and publicly honor our Jewish identity. A reclamation of the word Jew. Not used as a word to denigrate. But used as a word to self-celebrate.

Print Issue: Why the UN Hates This Man | Feb 16, 2024

For more than 20 years, as executive director of UN Watch, Hillel Neuer has been exposing the blatant discrimination against Israel at the United Nations and its subsidiary groups. They all wish he would go away.

Print Issue: Proud Jew | Feb 09, 2024

After October 7, global music star Matisyahu felt a pull back to his Jewish roots and his people. Now he’s speaking out and writing songs about it. He talks to the Journal about his journey.

Print Issue: Jews and DEI | Jan 19, 2024

Should Jews look to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) movement for more protection, or should they oppose it because it undermines liberal values? An examination of the dilemma.

Print Issue: Israel on Trial | Jan 19, 2024

At the International Court of Justice, Israel is defending itself against accusations that it is perpetrating genocide against Palestinians in Gaza. How serious are the accusations? A legal expert weighs in.


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