In this interview with Rowan Dean and Ross Cameron on Sky News Australia, recorded on September 27 2017, I discuss multicultural confusions in the west, the Arab war against Israel and why so many American Jews are losing the plot. (The sound quality improves after the first few minutes.) The post G’day, Oz! appeared first on MelaniePhillips.com.
A museum exhibit looks at how Jews in America created their own health-care system.
Jerusalem Post So it begins once more. In the synagogues this week, it’s Groundhog Day. Jews go back to the opening of the Five Books of Moses and start the narrative all over again. The secular world looks on with indifference, bemusement or contempt. Show More Summary
Today at sundown, Jews begin the observance of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement that signals the end of the High Holy Days, a cycle marked by reflection and apologies to the people we have wronged in the last year. While the faithful...Show More Summary
Has there ever been a TV series as Jewish as Transparent? Sure, other shows are about Jews, and other shows have the occasional yiddishisms thrown in, or, in Curb Your Enthusiasm’s case, build an entire subplot around getting tickets to Yom Kippur services. Show More Summary
The U.S. and UNESCO have been fighting for many years over Israel.
Northeast from Belgrade, beside a long, plain road that connects a series of a rural farming communities, a bronze and concrete monument sits abandoned. The memorial complex commemorates the estimated 10,000 Serbs, Roma and Jews who...Show More Summary
In 1944, Marcel Nadjari -- a Greek Jew who was forced to remove bodies from the Auschwitz gas chambers -- buried a letter in a forest near the camp. The text was rediscovered in 1980, but it was virtually unreadable. Using a new imaging...Show More Summary
British Jews condemn the Balfour Declaration ahead of the 100th anniversary and call for a British reckoning with its consequences. "What came out of Balfour is something that Jews should be ashamed of," says Antony Lerman. "This is for me a tragedy," says Jacqueline Rose. "I have nothing to celebrate," says Avi Shlaim.
An iconic Hamburg building, built by Jews and now a chocolate museum, once housed the distributors of one of Nazi Germany's most gruesome inventions
To the editor: Steven J. Ross’ op-ed article on Nazi plots to kill Jews in Los Angeles in the 1930s was chilling, ominous and relevant to our area today. (“How a network of citizen-spies foiled Nazi plots to exterminate Jews in 1930s L.A.,” Opinion, Oct. 8.) As a Jew who was born and reared in...
Russians may have had luck advertising on Facebook. Dove, not so much. SEE ALSO: Facebook let advertisers buy ads targeting 'Jew haters' The soap company apologized this week for an ad that showed a black woman removing her brown shirt...Show More Summary
This is another campaign promise broken, and a big one for Christians and Jews. The post Trump Abandons Any Illusions of Supporting Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.
On July 26, 1933, a group of Nazis held their first public rally in Los Angeles. As Jewish groups in the city debated how they should respond to Adolf Hitler’s persecution of Jews in Europe, L.A.’s Nazis, many of them German emigres, gathered at a biergarten downtown, wearing brown shirts and red,...
The experience of "coming out" twice to her religious family wasn't easy, but Abby Stein made it through and has some advice for atheists.
A 26-year-old woman attacked a pair of teenage girls heading to an event for Hasidic Jews in Crown Heights, police sources said.
A half-Italian, half-French Sephardic Jew, Modigliani was a cultural mixed bag from the get-go. The post Amedeo Modigliani’s Identity Politics appeared first on Hyperallergic.
After marrying Jared Kushner in 2009 and converting to Judaism, Ivanka Trump is now the world’s most influential Jew, surpassing other famous figures such as Wonder Woman Gal Gadot and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who have taken the remaining top two spots in a list of the 50 most influential Jews published this week by The Jerusalem […]
A Nebraska school district has canceled a pair of appearances by a Palestinian peace activist after a Jewish group complained that the event had led to threats against Jews. Millard Public Schools in Omaha scrubbed talks by Nora Carmi, a Palestinian Christian, who was slated to speak to Advance...
A plaque was temporarily removed at the site after the gaffe.