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A Kosher Cowboy In Montana

There's a popular saying that wherever there's Coca-Cola, there's Chabad.

Before The Deluge: The Jews Of The U.S. (Part Four)

The Federation of Jewish Labor by the end of the 1920s consisted of some 125,000 members, of whom 60 percent were employed in the confections industry. After 1929 there was a further rise in the level of Jewish participation in workers’ unions. There were 134,020 Jewish members of the fifty largest trade unions, 34.1 percent of the total number of organized workers, which roughly reflected the level of the Jews in the population of greater New York. In the remaining centers of the garment industry, in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Rochester, almost all the owners were Jews and the workers they employed were mainly Jewish.

My Big Fat Hong Kong B’nai Mitzvah

There is seemingly great pressure to orchestrate a production worthy of the Hong Kong skyline that will serve as a backdrop.

Medical Clowning

Empathy, humor, and imagination are the magical threads that bridge the gaps wrought by age, culture, experience, and pain and foster connections between clown and patient.

A Mom Like No Other

Remembering Rebbetzin Lillian Chomsky On Her First Yahrzeit

A World Of Surprises

Who wants to read Old News when the Internet is already giving you tomorrow's happenings before they've even occurred?

Kima Kima: Messianic Times

I must say that my heart filled with happiness and faith in Hashem.

An Unlikely Hero

Sousa Mendes told Rabbi Kruger that he also had a large family and wanted to help the Kruger family.

Dom Bruno Of Belgium: The Heroic Priest Who Saved 400 Jewish Lives

Dom Bruno was clearly a courageous man, risking his own life to save four hundred Jewish lives, most of them children.

Ruth and Shavuot

Jews everywhere are proud of their unhesitating acceptance of the Torah and of its wonderful teachings.

A Call To Arms

We must show them that being a true Jew is being true to one's people as well as to oneself.

The Six-Day War: De Gaulle Vs. Ben-Gurion

This correspondence stands as one of the most brilliant and eloquent presentations of Jewish history, and perhaps the grandest exposition of the Zionist right to Eretz Yisrael, that I have ever seen.

A Feud For The Ages: A History Of The Jews And The Church (Part...

The local feud became an international one when the two brothers turned, separately, to the Roman general Pompey for help.

A Mother City In Israel – Krakow

In fact, you can barely turn around in Krakow’s Jewish quarter without bumping into a legend of some sort.

From Elei Sinai to Palmachim: Meet Sarita and Dror Maoz

After camping out in tents for a year, the Maoz family needed some time out.

Ancient Jews: The Lands Of India

From the records we learn that, unlike European and Middle Eastern Jews, Jews in India were treated the same as any other citizen; they were often autonomous and experienced little persecution.

Jewish Memories… or… Remembering

If I can't save the world at large, the least I can do is to try to save or improve my own small world.

The Tallis And The Wimpel

The customs are more than just charming traditions.

To Dream

It was a few weeks before Purim and I had just come home from a fabulous day in Ateres Naava seminary. I was inspired. I felt empowered and I wanted to act. I wanted to change the world!

Oh My Yerushalayim

Living In Jerusalem isn’t so easy. People with different religions and different views want this city to belong only to them.

Heroes Of The Holocaust

After seeing the film, I purchased the book, eager to learn more of their incredible rescue mission.

‘Unity For Justice’ Premiere

An unparalleled musical production featuring 39 Jewish music superstars made its worldwide debut Thursday at the Jewish Children's Museum in Crown Heights. "Unity for Justice" is a unique display of solidarity for the family of incarcerated Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, whose sentencing of 27 years in federal prison last year has led to a thunderous outcry by the Jewish community and a number of government officials. The project serves as an innovative campaign for financial support of the Rubashkin Defense Fund, drawing mounting online interest by the hour.

After Long Feud, Shul Evicted From 16th St.

What may be the final chapter in a long standing debate between a real estate developer and a Manhattan synagogue has been written, as a New York State appellate court judge ruled in favor of developer Jack Braha, owner of the building, and denied the Sixteenth Street Synagogue's interim stay of eviction, enabling Braha to oust the synagogue from its home of 67 years.

Helen Keller And The ‘Jewish’ Seeing-Eye Dog

Not as well known, however, is Keller’s involvement with Jewish and Israeli communities.

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