(JTA) — An Israeli man visiting Baltimore to attend a wedding was shot dead in a robbery outside the house he was staying.
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During Passover last year, college campuses were empty as students returned home and devoid of the joyful celebrations that come along with observing the holiday due to pandemic precautions.
This op-ed first appeared in The Jewish Week.
(JTA) — For the first time, a U.S. state has officially adopted a definition of anti-Semitism that has ignited debates worldwide over the exte…
On Dec. 14, a parade of 30-plus vehicles with menorahs on their roofs cascaded through the streets of downtown Akron, spreading the message of…
"You have people who are connecting and inspiring one another in a way you would have thought would not be possible."
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Rabbi Levi Duchman first came to the UAE in the winter of 2015, following up months later to lead a Passover seder in the capital city of Abu Dhabi. He moved to the country later that year.
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Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik will be the first Jewish chaplain in Colorado’s Army National Guard in at least 20 years.
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(JTA) — In many ways, Chavie and Chaim Bruk are the archetype of Chabad emissaries. The couple live in Montana, one of only a handful of obser…