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Paul Robeson And The Soviet Purge Of Russian Jews

More than 40 years after his death, Robeson retains his status as an American cultural and political icon, but he also leaves behind a sad legacy as a hero who betrayed his Jewish friends.

Herzl’s Two Trips To Eretz Yisrael

Herzl never set foot again in Eretz Yisrael during his lifetime, but he did return decades after his death in 1904 at the tragically young age of 44.

Napoleon, Eretz Yisrael, And The Jews

In the summer of 1798, Napoleon conquered Egypt and, leading an army through the Sinai Peninsula into Eretz Yisrael, took control of Jaffa and commenced a siege of Acre (1799), hoping to provoke a Syrian insurgence against the Ottomans and threaten British rule in India.

The Six-Point Agreement And The Yom Kippur War

Though ostensibly jointly drafted by the United States, Egypt, and Israel, the Kilometer 101 Agreement was criticized by supporters of Israel as driven by the United States and directed by Egypt with Russian prompting.

The Man Who Made The Beatles

Few know that in their earliest days the Beatles performed at a Jewish-owned club and at Jewish community events and generated notice in England’s religious Jewish community.

The ‘Judaism’ Of Arthur Miller And Marilyn Monroe

A recurrent theme in Miller’s work is the tragic defeats that befall common people.

Celebrating 800 Years Of The Rambam

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I’m Dreaming Of A White Chanukah…

But by no means does the rich irony underscoring the Jewish domination of Christmas songs end with Berlin.

When Eisenstaedt Met Hemingway

Hemingway’s antipathy to Eisenstaedt may well have been attributable to his general contempt for Jews.

Solzhenitsyn And Wiesel

Wiesel’s somewhat inconsistent position on Solzhenitsyn reflected both praise and disappointment.

Who Killed Chaim Arlosoroff?

The Reich, which considered Eretz Yisrael a suitable dumping ground for ridding itself of Jewish refugees and “misfits,” sought to bolster the weak German economy by reaping a financial windfall through a payoff from Zionist leaders.

The Balfour Declaration Turns 100

We did get out state in 1948, but not thanks to the British.

André-Gustav Citroën: The Jewish Henry Ford

Thanks to his ideas and efforts, Citroën’s company to become one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world, but he always maintained an open mind and remained receptive to new suggestions.

The Supreme Court’s ‘Jewish Seat’

But by no means do all Supreme Court experts agree that there never was a Jewish seat. Two fascinating examples are President Lyndon Johnson and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The Jew Who Invented The Telephone And The Record Player

In 1886, Berliner commenced work on what would become the gramophone, the recording and reproduction of sound by means of disc records.

The Prohibited Sukkot Of Jerusalem

Rav Henkin (1881–1973) represented a unique blend of Torah scholarship, humility, and a lifelong dedication to the highest levels of discreetly preformed chesed.

Yom Kippur Davening Times

Although the Tel Aviv bombing was one of the few occasions during the war when the Axis powers caused Jewish deaths in Eretz Yisrael, it has been largely forgotten.

Li’l Abner vs. Peanuts: ‘Drawing’ At Ten Paces

Capp further laced his comments with criticism of Schulz’s endorsements and sponsorships, which was particularly ironic given Capp’s own licensing and merchandising juggernaut.

The U.S. Embassy And Jerusalem: Origin Of The Controversy

Foreign Ministry officials, however, continued to argue that at best, international relations would be adversely affected and that at worst, global dissatisfaction with Israel would turn it into a pariah nation.

Big Texas Hearts: Diverse Spectrum of Orthodox Jewry Unites to Serve Hot Meals to...

Much of the food in Houston, in stores and warehouses, etc., has been destroyed. Kosher food is even more scarce.

Anticipating The Geulah

Are we not walking down the road to redemption?

The National Emblem Of Israel

The winning proposal, which was chosen from among 450 designs submitted by 164 participants, incorporated as its central theme an iconic representation of the menorah carved in relief on the Arch of Titus in Rome.

Einstein’s Support For The Jews Of The Holocaust

When the Ministry did not react to his report, he resigned his post and taught history at Jewish high schools in Warsaw.

Santayana And His ‘Master’ And ‘Hero’ Spinoza

Are the Jews going to repent of being anti’s, for fear that soon there should be nothing left to be anti against?

The 1957 Attempt To Assassinate Ben-Gurion

When Ben-Gurion was revived at the hospital, he was relieved to learn the attacker was mentally unstable rather than politically motivated.

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