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2018 sees record spike in anti-Semitic attacks in Europe, North America
Dan Lavie, Ariel Kahana, Eldad Beck and Eli Leon
January 28, 2019
Thirteen Jews murdered in anti-Semitic attacks, the most since 1994 • Iran foremost perpetrator of spreading incitement, Holocaust denial.
A nonagenarian’s advice to Jewish youth: ‘Do something!’
January 9, 2019
“Be proud of a country where we stand up and stick it out. It is easy to run away, and I tell youth that if you run, it will catch up with you. Run towards it,” says 91-year-old Murray Greenfield to those who come to learn as part of the Alexander Muss High School in Israel.
The Sephardi Perspective
January 6, 2019
Why the US Diaspora misunderstands Israel
Progressives (and not just in the United States) think that the two-state solution would fulfill Palestinian aspirations.
November 7, 2018
The rise of the Diaspora ‘supremacists’
It is not only an outlook that sees the Diaspora as so much better than a renewed clannish ghetto. It is the concept of Israel itself, as much as it is their misrepresentation of what Israel is and does.
October 30, 2018
Is Diaspora Jewry coming to an end?
Before the establishment of Israel, the destiny of millions of Jews was decided by the whims of Christian Europe and the Muslim world. What has changed dramatically is that today, there is a powerful Jewish state.
Jonathan S. Tobin
October 17, 2018
What makes an intermarriage controversial?
Reactions to the wedding of a Jewish Israeli actor and an Arab Israeli journalist told us a lot about Israel, as well as what makes it so different from the Diaspora.
Indian state of Gujarat gives Jews official minority status
July 11, 2018
Only 170 Jews live in Gujarat, centered in the city of Ahmedabad, which is is also home to the Magen Abraham Synagogue, the only Jewish house of worship in the state.
Jewish Agency to expand school-twinning program with new government funds
July 9, 2018
The partnership and investment by the Israeli Ministry of Education and Ministry of Diaspora Affairs represent “an important recognition that the program is impactful on students and teachers in both Israel and the Diaspora,” said Andrea Arbel, director of the Partnership Unit at the Jewish Agency.
Israel finalizes $1 million donation to hurricane-ravaged Houston Jewry
January 8, 2018
“In the past, Jews helped the State of Israel when it was in need,” said Israel’s Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennet in a video message. “Now, Israel can help the Jews.”