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A conversation with Rabbi Susan Silverman
For more than a decade, Greg Constantine has been documenting the plight of the Rohingya
Alfred Jarry’s character is the president’s true predecessor, right down to the bad words
Attend a recording of our podcast in Manhattan—and meet the hosts at an intimate, off-the-record gathering in Brooklyn!
Today on Jewcy: An immigrant finding solace in Judaism.
Loved in Nazareth Illit, Shunned by MuslimGirl: Just another week for Wonder Woman
Fans of the club have gained a reputation for anti-Semitism over the years, one that the club is looking to curb as a part of its larger efforts at promoting inclusion
As soon as I put on the Star of David, I was accused of supporting apartheid by my former friends on the left
Seventy-five years ago today, the Nazis murdered a little-known relief worker, but his legacy lives on
Accusing the Jews of all of history’s ills, the essay is an alarming departure from Moscow’s past philo-Semitic positions
Today on Jewcy: A bizarre new comic features both Hucklebury Hound, and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
“If there will be ministers there for the Freedom Party, and I’m sure there will be, I will not be able to shake their hands,” Oskar Deutsch told Makor Rishon
The writer behind Pregnantish on rainbow babies, IVF treatments, and the two words you should never say to anyone trying to conceive
A century and a half later, the Edgardo Mortara case, soon to be a Steven Spielberg film, continues to challenge the faithful
See Alan Dershowitz’s anti-Semitic brother, Natalie Portman as a dude, and a very surprising presidential cameo from Larry David.
Nearly a decade after the murder of his parents in a terrorist attack, 12 year-old Moshe Holtzberg returns to the Chabad house in Mumbai
Today on Jewcy: In a new show, two short Jews take on LA
A former gunrunner for the Irgun, Mathilde Krim spent her life fighting to save lives
The Landau brothers sat in synagogue and atoned while what they believed to be an unremarkable painting belonging to their grandparents was auctioned for over $1 million
There’s no halachic reason not to use the popular oil, but the environmental devastation it causes ought to make us all stop and search for more ethical alternatives
The proprietor of Zarin Fabrics and husband of Real Housewives star Jill Zarin has died at 71
The director’s list of sins include filming the final scene of Schindler’s List in Jerusalem
Read the original text of King’s December 1966 address to the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry
Selling phones, winning awards: Just another week for Wonder Woman.
By selling its shares in Danske Bank, the Garden State is giving teeth to its anti-BDS legislation
The author’s anti-Semitic essays will not be republished after all
Today on Jewcy: Notorious punk wore swastikas, but Jews are having the last laugh