Tablet Wikipedia’s Jewish Problem 25 Jul
A group of Wikipedia editors and administrators criticized the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for its reliability on issues related to Israel, Zionism, antisem...
25 Jul
Unpacked Are Jews Indigenous to Israel? | Explained 24 Jul
The video delves into the historical connection between Jews and Israel, exploring various Jewish communities' origins and their deep ties to the land throug...
24 Jul
JTA The Borscht Belt Festival, honoring the Jewish Catskills, is bigger and broader this year 23 Jul
The second annual Borscht Belt Festival, organized by the Borscht Belt Museum in the Catskills, will feature comedy, food, music, and storytelling from July ...
23 Jul
Forward New Holocaust memoir shifts the focus from survivors to descendants 23 Jul
"Irena's Gift: An Epic World War II Memoir of Sisters, Secrets, and Survival" by Karen Kirsten explores the experiences of Polish Jewish survivors and their ...
23 Jul
18forty Three Weeks To Mourn the Kibbutzim of Slaughter 23 Jul
The essay discusses the need for mourning and healing in the Jewish community following the October 7 massacre and parallels it with the concept of the Three...
23 Jul
Lilith After Hysteria 22 Jul
The text explores the forgotten history of Jewish women involved in sex trafficking in the late 19th century, focusing on Bertha Pappenheim, also known as An...
22 Jul
Hadassah An Ancient Day of Mourning 22 Jul
The text does not provide specific information for summarization as it seems to be a placeholder or technical code for displaying a crossword puzzle related ...
22 Jul
Jewdicious This Week in Jewish History 22 Jul
This Week in Jewish History recounts significant events in the Jewish past, including the deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto by the Nazis in 1942 on ...
22 Jul
Jewish Action Remnant of Israel: A Portrait of America’s First Jewish Congregation 22 Jul
"Remnant of Israel: A Portrait of America's First Jewish Congregation" by Rabbi Marc Angel provides an insightful and accessible history of Shearith Israel, ...
22 Jul
Kveller My Mother Evaded the Holocaust, But the Trauma Lives On In Me 22 Jul
This personal narrative explores the intergenerational trauma stemming from a mother's survival of the Holocaust and its impact on the author. The author ref...
22 Jul
Jewish Chronicle ’I’m telling the story of Jews in Britain – and I need your help’ 22 Jul
Benjamin Till, a composer and advocate for British Jewish heritage, is working on a major musical composition called "The Jews of Britain" to narrate the 100...
22 Jul
Tel Aviv Review headphones Jewish Nationalism, Sovereignty, and International Law 22 Jul
Prof. Rotem Giladi's book, "Jews, Sovereignty, and International Law: Ideology and Ambivalence in Early Israeli Legal Diplomacy," delves into Israel's early ...
22 Jul
Tablet A Mistress of Simplicity and Disguise 22 Jul
Sonia Delaunay, a renowned artist known for her abstract and kinetic work, especially in fabric design, lived a life of simplicity and disguise. Despite her ...
22 Jul
Lehrhaus Shopping for Grandpa’s Gravestone 21 Jul
The text describes a reflective journey of choosing a gravestone for a grandfather, navigating through different options like colors and sizes while contempl...
21 Jul
JTA Andorra’s 73 Jews worship from a community center they are barred by law from calling a synagogue 19 Jul
The Jewish community in Andorra, consisting of 73 members, faces restrictions on officially calling their place of worship a synagogue due to local laws. And...
19 Jul
Sam Aronow The Third Aliyah (1918-1921) 19 Jul
This video explores The Third Aliyah (1918-1921) period in Jewish history, discussing events such as the Faisal-Weizmann Agreement, the San Remo Conference, ...
19 Jul
Forward Trump says he had God on his side — Bob Dylan knew it was never that simple 19 Jul
At the 2024 Republican National Convention, various speakers, including pastors and Trump's son, attributed Trump's survival of an assassination attempt to d...
19 Jul
Tablet Who Normalized Political Violence in America? 19 Jul
The text delves into the normalization of political violence in America and various actors' roles in perpetuating this climate, including discussions about i...
19 Jul
Tablet Old Spice 19 Jul
Cinnamon, a spice mentioned in the Bible, has a rich history and was highly prized for its healing properties dating back over 3,000 years. It traveled aroun...
19 Jul
JTA 30 years after deadly AMIA bombing, Argentina’s Jews are balancing pain with hope for justice 18 Jul
The 30th anniversary of the deadly AMIA bombing in Argentina, which killed 85 people and has deeply impacted the Jewish community, was marked by events aimed...
18 Jul
Jewish Chronicle TV review: Those About to Die: ‘an overblown mess of hammy dialogue and bloody fights’ 18 Jul
Amazon Prime's new Roman epic, "Those About to Die," portrays a world of violent races and fights akin to ancient Rome. The show's premiere episode features ...
18 Jul
Jewish History Uncensored headphones #197 - Shabbos, Tefillin & Torah - Lessons From My Father’s Life 18 Jul
This episode discusses how the speaker's father gradually incorporated more mitzvot into his life, including a significant dream related to wearing tefillin,...
18 Jul
Future of Jewish 95 Percent Heaven and Five Percent Hell 18 Jul
The text discusses a tragic event that occurred in Kfar Aza, where members of the Kutz family and other residents were killed and kidnapped by Hamas terroris...
18 Jul
Jewish History Lectures Balaam (Bilaam) in The Tell Deir 'Alla Inscription (c. 800 BCE) 18 Jul
The video discusses the discovery of a rare extra-biblical reference to a figure in the Hebrew Bible, Balaam (Bilaam), found in the Tell Deir 'Alla Inscripti...
18 Jul
Tablet Uncover the Blood in Buenos Aires 18 Jul
The article reflects on the 30th anniversary of the AMIA Jewish community center bombing in Buenos Aires that killed 85 individuals and injured 300, being th...
18 Jul
Tablet From Shtetl to Pogrom 18 Jul
Issachar Ber Ryback, a Ukrainian Jewish artist, synthesized modernism with Jewish themes to create a national Jewish art. His Shtetl series depicted the hars...
18 Jul
JTA YIVO exhibit illuminates a diary kept by a 13-year-old boy in the Vilna ghetto 17 Jul
Yitskhok Rudashevski, a 13-year-old Jewish boy in Vilna, began a diary in June 1941, detailing life in the ghetto as comfort and joy diminished due to war. Y...
17 Jul
Forward So, how did the West become antisemitic? 17 Jul
In "How the West Became Antisemitic" by scholar Ivan Marcus, the history of antisemitism is traced back to provocative verbal attacks by historical Jewish au...
17 Jul
Jewish Chronicle My family story is strange but it does seem to resonate with Jews 17 Jul
David Baddiel's memoir "My Family: The Memoir" explores his Jewish family's complex background, touching on themes of identity and generational trauma. Baddi...
17 Jul
Moment Live From Tamiment 17 Jul
Tamiment, a summer resort in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains, was not just a vacation spot but a talent incubator for aspiring entertainers, writers, and pro...
17 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Meet ancient Rome’s real life Jewish princess: Berenice, star of new TV series Those About to Die 16 Jul
The TV series "Those About to Die" highlights the captivating story of Berenice, an ancient Jewish princess who navigated complex relationships and tumultuou...
16 Jul
Forward How a legendary Jewish sociologist's faith in reason is what we need in this dangerous, fist-pumping time 16 Jul
mile Durkheim, a French-Jewish sociologist, stood out for his belief in human reason and scientific fact, influencing modern thinkers like Jonathan Haidt. De...
16 Jul
Future of Jewish Always the Jews have been going down. 16 Jul
The text explores the historical and contemporary complexities of Jews living in Hebron, detailing the Jewish presence in the city from biblical times to mod...
16 Jul
Tablet Bride of Los Alamos 16 Jul
"Bride of Los Alamos" is a personal reflection on a family's connection to the Manhattan Project, focusing on the perspective of the author's grandmother, Fr...
16 Jul
Forward 1932 was a pivotal year in the Nazis' ascent. It's a terrifying parallel for today 15 Jul
The article draws parallels between the political climate in the United States in 2024, particularly under former President Donald Trump, and Germany in 1932...
15 Jul
Mishpacha Out on the African Veld 15 Jul
In the 1940s, Jewish communities existed in various small towns across South Africa, mainly established by Lithuanian immigrants who often started as traders...
15 Jul
Mishpacha The Return of Trump: Security Detail 15 Jul
The text discusses the recent attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump, shedding light on the United States Secret Service responsible for pr...
15 Jul
Kveller Dr. Ruth Westheimer’s Life Is Already a Blessing 15 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a renowned sex therapist and Holocaust survivor, passed away at age 96, leaving a lasting impact on American society. Born in Germany to...
15 Jul
Forward In a young boy’s diary, a record of how Jews lived to the fullest, even in the face of death 15 Jul
Yitskhok Rudashevski, a teenager living in the Vilna ghetto from 1941 to 1943, kept a diary documenting Nazi atrocities, life in the ghetto, and the vibrant ...
15 Jul
Forward This baseball star's life paralleled Jackie Robinson's — this Jewish sportswriter wants to make sure he's not forgotten 15 Jul
Larry Doby, the American League's first African American player, faced similar challenges and discrimination as Jackie Robinson in breaking baseball's color ...
15 Jul
JTA Citing attack on Trump, Netanyahu demands crackdown on what he says is incitement by his opponents 15 Jul
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for a crackdown on what he perceives as incitement against him and his allies, citing a recent attack on...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Kamp Vught: David Koker’s Netherlands 15 Jul
David Koker, a young Jewish poet and translator, along with his family, arrived at Kamp Vught concentration camp in the Netherlands in 1943, where he kept a ...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Jews in Blue 15 Jul
"Jews in Blue" by Adam D. Mendelsohn delves into the lesser-known history of Jewish soldiers in the Union Army during the Civil War. Mendelsohn uncovers the ...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books A Savannah Poet 15 Jul
In "A Savannah Poet," author Jason K. Friedman shares his journey of uncovering the intriguing story of Gratz Cohen, the son of a prominent Jewish figure in ...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Their Crowd 15 Jul
"Their Crowd" by Daniel Schulman is a detailed history of Jewish financiers in America, focusing on Joseph Seligman and Jacob Schiff. Seligman, an influentia...
15 Jul
Jewdicious This Week in Jewish History 15 Jul
This week in Jewish history includes significant events such as Pope Innocent III's declaration in 1205 condemning Jews, Joseph Goldberger's birthday in 1874...
15 Jul
Tel Aviv Review headphones Minority Rights and Jewish Non-Territorial Autonomy in Interwar Estonia 15 Jul
Dr. Timo Aava discusses Estonia's implementation of non-territorial autonomies in the interwar era, highlighting the case of Jewish self-government as a sign...
15 Jul
Tablet The Portal 15 Jul
The article discusses a photograph of a bloodied President Trump post-assassination attempt, portraying his persona and political implications. It challenges...
15 Jul
Forward President Trump shot: What ‘Reichstag fire’ means and why it’s trending 14 Jul
Former President Donald Trump was shot at a rally, leading to discussions referencing the Reichstag fire incident in Nazi Germany. The Reichstag fire in 1933...
14 Jul
Future of Jewish If you can, please help us keep serving you. 14 Jul
Future of Jewish, a publication focused on Judaism, Israel, and the Jewish world, has made its content freely accessible to all since October 7th. The public...
14 Jul