It was the third day of the GA, and Baltimore saw its share of morning rain, and it was early – relatively early – when my first of two panel sessions began. So I can’t say it was a huge surprise not to have a full room for the discussion, sponsored and organized by the Toronto...
A New Year for trees, Israeli and Palestinian
Walking in, and then out of a concentration camp
New Year for trees: Savor fruits of the earth, consider their journey
Japan urges Jordan’s help in ISIS hostage crisis after video
Jewish David Foster Wallace stuns at Sundance
Rockets explode in Golan Heights; no injuries reported
TV satire burns bright as Israeli election ‘campfire’
France’s Jewish migrants face challenge of life in Israel
Tag: Jewish Diaspora
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This week, Shmuel Rosner joins The Journal’s regular contributors as senior political editor, writing weekly for the print edition and blogging daily, and exclusively, for jewishjournal.com from Israel on his newly re-created Rosner’s Domain. This blog, which he started in 2005...
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Italian scholar Francesco Spagnolo is keenly aware of the long-standing Jewish presence in Italy.
"Never before the creation of the State of Israel did Jews of so many varied origins live together, and in such a stimulating, if at times threatening, environment as in the land they...