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Jewish Journal

Netanyahu’s disastrous coalition

'One unhappy member would be enough to block any initiative'

by Shmuel Rosner

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  • Jewish Insider

    Daily Kickoff: Al Jazeera is bad news… Just ask Lindsey Graham | Kohr, Ben-Ami, Brooks on Power List

    BY Jewish Insider

    SCENE LAST NIGHT: "Over 500 guests gathered at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts last night in Beverly Hills to benefit the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Insitute of Israel Studies at UCLA. Before dinner Natalie Portman presented Amos Oz with an institute award. Oz said earlier that day Portman had screened for him and his wife Nily a cut of her movie version of his best-selling book Tales of Love and Darkness. Oz praised Portman’s movie, in which she plays his mother. “Natalie is now family,” he said. After the award, Oz sat for an on-stage interview with Ari Shavit, author of My Promised Land. Spotted: Israeli Consul General David Siegel, Sharon Nazarian, Sam Nazarian, Haim Saban, Rabbi David Wolpe, Richard Sandler, and LA Federation CEO Jay Sanderson.

  • Keeping It Real

    Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Recap Part 2

    BY Ilana Angel

    Hopefully they're saving the best for last.

  • Keeping the Faith

    Mayweather vs. Pacquiao – May the PacMan Win

    BY Ilana Angel

    I'm not a boxing fan but super excited about this fight.

  • The Jewish Tribe

    “Killing Jews Is Worship” — the Anti-Muslim Anti-Jewish Ad

    BY Michael Laitman

    At the end of the day, this ad is an act of hate, and hate never wins wars, certainly not for Jews. The Jewish people established themselves as a nation when they succeeded in overcoming a mountain of hatred, known as Mt. Sinai (from the Hebrew word, Sinah [hatred]).

  • Nice Jewish Doctor

    Another path to reform

    BY Albert Fuchs, M.D.

    How patients and doctors can fix healthcare

  • The Ticket

    Festival films focus on how Israeli food, sports create cross-cultural bonds

    BY Naomi Pfefferman

    As the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival rolls out next week, it will include shorts, documentaries and a popular television series filmed in Israel, a nation whose cinematic fare continues to make a splash at festivals and in theaters worldwide.

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Cover of May 1-7, 2015 Jewish Journal

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    by Cyndi Bemel

    Three-year-old Matthew Hobird loves playing with trash, so he was in luck when he visited Discovery Cube Los Angeles, the area’s newest children’s science center, and found plenty of it.

  • Meir Teper: Plotting an Epic Career
    by Elyse Glickman

    Chef Nobu Matsuhisa may have provided the culinary inspiration — and the name — for the prestigious Nobu restaurants that offer a unique fusion of Japanese and South American dishes. And Robert DeNiro may have brought the star power.

  • Bringing the beach to the workout
    by Leslee Komaiko

    On a recent Friday morning, half a dozen women worked out to a playlist of energetic pop music in a Sherman Oaks gym as their toned, model-pretty instructor shouted words of encouragement. But there was one thing distinctly different about this picture.

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