Quantcast

Jewish Journal

  • We need to understand hatred better if we’re serious about fighting anti-Semitism

    by Kenneth S. Stern

    1 week ago

    The recent surge in antisemitic hate crimes in Europe was, unfortunately predictable.  This much we know about antisemitism: since the collapse of the Camp David peace talks in 2000, whenever violence in the Middle East involves Israel, hate crimes against Jews and Jewish-linked...

  • Why I hope the Shangri-La Hotel discrimination verdict is overturned

    By Rob Eshman

    2 weeks ago

    The Shangri-La charade has to stop.

    Two years ago, a jury found Tehmina Adaya, the owner of the chic Santa Monica Shangri-La hotel to have discriminated against a group of Jews by shutting down a party at the hotel organized by Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) and...

  • ADVERTISEMENT
    PUT YOUR AD HERE
  • Fulfill the mandates of Rosh Hashanah by saving Alan Gross

    by Rabbi Steve Gutow

    2 weeks ago

    During the period known as the High Holy Days, we think about how we can better ourselves, serve our families, our friends and our communities, and we begin anew to reflect on the moral teachings of our people and our religion. Among those teachings are the concepts of pikuach...

  • ‘Breaking the Silence’ and Gaza

    by Professor Gerald Steinberg

    2 weeks ago

    The shooting war in Gaza was again accompanied by a massive political and media attack against Israel, with accusations of “war crimes” and “human rights violations” in parallel to the barrages of rockets and missiles.

    The weapons and soldiers in the political war are led by the...

  • Why Scottish Jews are nervous about independence referendum

    by Jenni Frazer

    2 weeks ago

    Whenever I did something wrong in school my teachers would shake their heads and mutter to each other, with feeling, “Her mother’s English, you know,” in a sort of well-the-poor-girl-can’t-help-it tone of voice. The general ethos was that Scotland, and Scottish education, was...

  • Virtual support

    By Michelle K. Wolf

    2 weeks ago

    Back in the dark ages of the early 1990s, before the word “Internet” was officially defined, there weren’t a lot of ways for patients with the same disease or health conditions to communicate. You might have gotten connected to a few other patients at the doctor’s office, or in a...

Page 3 of 528

< 1 2 3 4 5 > VIEW LAST PAGE

ADVERTISEMENT
PUT YOUR AD HERE