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March 10, 2022

Nonprofit Keeps Jewish Troops Fed Every Holiday

Five times a year – the High Holy Days, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover and Shavuot – the Fuerst-Hamburger team of volunteers sends thousands of packages around the world, to many of the 5,000 Jews in the U.S. military.

Jews For Sale

In 1944, during the most intense final period of the murder of the Jews, there was an advertisement in major newspapers: “Jews for Sale.” There were no takers; after all, what was one going to do with these Jews and who would pay for their ransom?

Lenny’s Casita Now Delivering Food By Drone

As so many people have become accustomed to restaurant delivery services such as Uber Eats, Postmates, DoorDash and the like, the Mexican eatery is taking it one step further by also offering drone delivery. 

Chaya Celebrates Persian Jewish Women in Honor of Purim

In anticipation of the upcoming holiday, along with Nowruz, the Persian New Year, a local nonprofit, Chaya, is holding a panel of Persian Jewish women discussing their roles as changemakers and influencers in the community. 

The PA Keeps Saying No, But Never Gave an Honest Yes

Where there is room to gain credibility as a partner for peace and convince more Israelis to challenge legitimately problematic policies affecting Palestinians, Palestinian leaders cut down every measure possible that would build Israeli trust for reconciliation.

Swastikas Found on Abandoned Granada Hills RV

“It’s just horrendous,” one resident told Benedict. “We have kids in the community, we have neighbors of all different ethnicities and cultures, and to see this on our streets… it’s really appalling and upsetting.” 

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