Authors Thanassis Cambanis, Joel Chasnoff and Mordechai Dzikansky will present on-the-ground perspectives of terrorism in Israel and the Middle East when they appear together next week during a panel discussion, “Terrorism and the Middle East,” at American Jewish University.
An Israeli putting on tefillin set off a bomb scare on a New Zealand ferry.
"Purim is bizarre," said comedian Joel Chasnoff. Or at least the customs are a little weird. Consider the way Jews celebrate the demise of Haman, the bad guy: "We eat him," Chasnoff said. "Actually we eat a pastry that's named after his ears, and the natural implication is that the filling inside is some sort of fruity earwax."