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Antisemitism in the UK, Then and Now

Guest Author
Sunday, June 9th, 2013

In Birkenhead, near Liverpool, slaughterhouse workers had refused to process any more meat for Jewish consumption until the attacks on British soldiers in Palestine stopped.

Turkish Israeli Leaders Speak Out About Turkish Spring

Rachel Avraham
Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Two prominent Turkish Israeli communal leaders speak out about events in Turkey. According to Eyal Peretz, chairman of Arkadash, an organization promoting the Turkish community in Israel, “The Jewish minority in a very extreme fundamentalist state is not a positive situation. Of course a secular state is a much better situation for minorities. I hope […]

Women of the Wall Searching for Next ‘Struggle’

Yori Yanover
Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Police prepared for the monthly event, and from a law-and-order perspective it made perfect sense.

Wonder Twins Complete Cycling Journey from Buffalo to Brooklyn

Martin Bodek
Sunday, June 9th, 2013

They did it old school too, by avoiding the use of GPS technology to find their way.

Power’s Interventionism Thrills Pro-Israel Crowd Except on Israel

JTA
Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Samantha Power brings to foreign policy an activist impulse that many in the pro-Israel community wish was more prevalent among American diplomats. Except Power, a former White House national security council staffer nominated this week by President Obama to represent the United States at the United Nations, has at times directed her interventionist inclinations at […]

Never Mistreat A Person

Rabbi Sholom Klass
Friday, June 7th, 2013

Never mistreat a person, no matter how lowly he may be, for you can never know what the future holds in store for him, our sages warn us. As an example, the following story is told in the Talmud Yerushalmi.

Reflections On Jewish Budapest

Erica Lyons
Friday, June 7th, 2013

In the quaint and picturesque Hungarian town of Szentendre (Saint Andrew), just outside of Budapest, our group of five new friends who had gathered from throughout the Jewish world bask in the sunlight, seemingly frozen in time. We weave along the cobblestone streets browsing in and out of charming little shops offering handmade crafts, delicate latticework, whimsical wooden toys and intricately painted porcelain. We sit outside and feast on pastries that look more like art than edibles and ice coffee is reminiscent of ice cream floats.

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