Jewish federations can’t do it. Jewish organizations can’t do it. Jewish foundations can’t do it. But the synagogues can.
According to the great blue-check-marked accounts of Twitter, Terry McAuliffe sunk his chances against rival Glenn Youngkin for Governor of Virginia when he said in a September debate, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”
The NGO industry has a great deal to lose if the Israeli government convinces officials and the wider public in these countries to take the links to terror seriously.
As we all lament the state of our synagogues, battered by COVID and vying to recapture our communal mojo, shul boards and their clergy are desperately trying to figure out how to win back IN PERSON the congregants that have left or stationed themselves on the Zoom sidelines.
Harlem is a place known for its rich history—from Black music, literature, and culture, to Jewish artistry and community.
Last week the Israeli Ministry of Defense designated six Palestinian NGOs as terrorist organizations.
For the first time in history, the state is set to lose a congressional seat. California will go from 53 seats in the U.S. House to 52 this year. The question is: which one?
Mort was a father of American comedy, and one of my favorite artists.
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