The bipartisan initiative, led by Ted Cruz, will also look at Hezbollah, ISIS, and Al Qaeda, in an effort to curb civilian abuse by terrorist groups
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‘Here are the rules of the game,’ Ms. Katz. ‘Do you have a fax machine? Is it in your office? Will you be sure to be the person receiving my messages?’
When religious law kept my father, a World War II veteran, from receiving the military send-off he had always wanted, it was time to plan another fitting farewell
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Here are the five most memorable attempts to adapt the novelist’s work for the cinema (and TV)
For an Orthodox kid yearning to be accepted by the big world outside, the late novelist lit the way
In Damascus as well as in Gaza
Growing up in Israel, I had very clear ideas on what Jewish culture was supposed to mean. And then I read ‘Portnoy’s Complaint.’
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Today would’ve been the civil rights icon’s birthday, so why not take a moment to teach the young ones about his life and pursuit of justice?
Frivolously accusing someone of enabling Jew hatred is bad. Tarnishing a renowned Holocaust scholar’s reputation to score a cheap political point is worse.
Fundraising campaign seeks to build memorial park and photo installation in the town two miles from Auschwitz-Birkenau
Jew-hatred is a laughing matter in Holland
An essential reminder of what it’s like to feel out of place
Combining the holiday’s tradition of study with the American tradition of the 24-hour diner
We’re Litvaks from the Midwest. Can we get some respect for our savory ways?
Low on thrills and deep in meaning, just like adulthood
From the mundane to the sublime, Sarah Tuttle-Singer, author of a new book about the city, knows its mysteries, earthly and divine
Is anything mutcheh-ing you these days?
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The Riverside County judge was right to overturn the law
‘We cannot change the past, but we do have the choice of how we live moving forward’