Amid all the twists leading up to the 2012 election, Jewish stories turned up at each bend in the road. From the perpetual use of Israel as a political football to the little-known Jewish presidential candidate (the Green Party’s Jill Stein, who beat out the better-known Jewess...
Egypt urges U.S. restraint over Missouri unrest
Palestinians call report of thwarted Hamas plot ‘doubtful’
Missiles over Jerusalem experienced by Rabbi Abraham Cooper
Hamas threatens to aim further attacks at Israel’s airport
Islamic State says another U.S. journalist’s fate depends on Obama
Islamic State says it beheaded U.S. journalist
State Dept. designates Gaza-based council a terrorist group
Islamic State vows to ‘break the American cross’
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Tag: Jewish Politics
November 1, 2012 | 3:32 pm
November 22, 2007 | 7:00 pmWhat do Jews do when they seriously disagree with one another? Sometimes they hold their noses, other times they do worse -- they disconnect. Over the past few weeks I've seen a nice sampling of Jewish disagreements, and it's made me think about the value of occasionally changing the...
November 8, 2007 | 7:00 pmLast Monday night, I was sitting on stage at American Jewish University interviewing Tony Kushner, talking Life and Judaism and Big Ideas to a man who is arguably America's greatest living playwright, when, suddenly, the words of what is arguably the world's cheesiest bubble-gum song...