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Parshat Toldot: The Courage of Persistence

There is a strange passage in the life of Isaac, ominous in its foreshadowing of much of later Jewish history. Like Abraham, Isaac finds himself...

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New ‘Brave’ Approach to Combating Antisemitism on College Campuses

JNS.org - A new project called “Brave” is bringing together veterans of the...

In an Era of BDS, Kids Connect to Israel at Summer Camp

JNS.org - Aviva Weinstein fell in love with Israel thousands of miles from the Jewish homeland -- at Camp Ramah...

An Incredible Auschwitz Exhibit and Experience Comes to New York

  JNS.org - A new exhibit at New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is filled...

World

At Antisemitism Summit, US Attorney General Says He Is ‘Deeply Concer...

Attorney General William Barr said on Monday he was “deeply concerned” by an increase in recent years of the number...

Israel

Netanyahu: Europeans Won’t Wake Up Until an Iranian Nuclear Weapon Falls ...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed European leaders currently scrambling to salvage the July 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran. In a...

Middle East

Israeli and Palestinian Businessmen Tour Dead Sea Region

JNS.org - Israeli and Palestinian businessmen toured the Dead Sea region on Tuesday with the aim of building on the seeds of mutual cooperation planted during last month’s “Peace to...

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