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Before becoming linked to the famous architect who was trying to escape it, the German word mies (rotten) made its way from ...
Earlier this year, construction workers laying the foundation for a new apartment building in the Belarusian city of Brest, known in Yiddish as Brisk, discovered a mass grave holding the bones of over ...
The great Yiddish poet Avraham Sutzkever (1913-2010) wrote poems while confined by the Nazis to the Vilna Ghetto, where he labored tirelessly to preserve Jewish books and manuscripts before escaping ...
Nearly every theme now commonplace in attacks on the Jewish state—that Israel practices “apartheid”; that Zionism is a form of racism, colonialism, and imperialism; that Zionists collaborated with the ...
At an economic conference in the Bahraini capital of Manama taking place on June 25 and 26, the White House intends to roll out the first half of its much-anticipated plan for resolving the ...
In accordance with legislation passed last year, the Israeli government has begun to deduct from the tax revenues it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA) an amount proportional to what ...
On Monday, Al Sharpton gave a speech at a conference held by the Religious Action Center, the advocacy and activism branch of organized Reform Judaism in the U.S. Sharpton instigated the 1991 Crown ...
Ari Hoffman, a student at Stanford Law School, holds a Ph.D. in English literature from Harvard and writes widely on ...
Both James Madison and Thomas Jefferson were great defenders of freedom of religion, but they conceived of it in subtly different ways. Steven Waldman argues in favor of the Madisonian approach: ...
Yesterday, in a newly dug grave, Israeli volunteers buried hundreds of bones found in a two-millennia-old burial cave near Jericho that had apparently been looted. Rachel Bernstein writes: The cave ...
Assuming no education, offering little knowledge, and affecting not to care about either, New York’s Jewish Museum promises ...