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Sunday, July 5, 2020

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Hurricane Maria

Jewish Agency Partners With PR4PR in Puerto Rico For At-Risk Kids

Last July, the Journal headed to Puerto Rico to take a look at how Jewish organizations were helping residents on the island in the...

Rosh Hashanah in the midst of a hurricane

It took three phone calls via WhatsApp to connect with Chabad Rabbi Mendel Zarchi in San Juan, Puerto Rico. A week after Hurricane Maria had...

After Hurricane Maria disrupts Rosh Hashanah, Puerto Rico’s Jews vow to ‘start living again’

Rabbi Norman Patz stood on a 13th-floor balcony overlooking the flooded streets, stripped trees and downed power lines of the Condado neighborhood of San...

As Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico, synagogues cancel Rosh Hashanah services

Puerto Rico’s three synagogues closed for Rosh Hashanah as Hurricane Maria pummeled the island. The synagogues, all in or nearby San Juan, canceled Wednesday evening...

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The P.A. is pressing for “jihad”– holy war against the Jewish state.

Netanyahu: ‘Very Strong’ COVID-19 Resurgence Is an ‘Emergency Situation’

Israel’s coronavirus death toll hits 330, with 804 new cases in the past 24 hours.

Ex-Hamas Leader Calls for Violence Over Israel’s Annexation Plan

“The West Bank must rise up against Israeli annexation using any weapons available.”

The Needs of Jews in Eastern Europe in the Age of COVID-19

The pandemic has emphasized the value of communal life.
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