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Israel rocks, according to bassist Dave Rublin
Part of the band American Authors, he talks about his new album, growing up Jewishly, traveling to Israel on Birthright and how music brings people together—and should be shared.
To boldly go
All spaced out: Exhibit boldly goes where Jews go . . . into the final frontier
From Leonard Nimoy to ancient rabbis: “Jews in space” exhibit details a like-minded preoccupation with astronomy and science fiction.
Live from Jerusalem: ‘Teacher and preacher’ program bridges chasm between Jew and Christian
“The distance we’re bridging isn’t just the miles; it’s generations of misunderstanding and fear, skepticism and hostility that we’re working to overcome," said Harold Berman, the teacher in the radio show “The Teacher and the Preacher.”
The business of saving Jewish lives, one kidney at a time
Those in need of kidney most often seek the organ from family members, though family members are not always a match for the recipient or have other reasons why they can’t donate. Altruistic kidney donation is not exactly commonplace, but a Brooklyn organization, Renewal, is working to make it more so.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Jews and Poles don’t need to be enemies
Jews and Poles spent most of the first half of the 20th century at each other’s throats. Must they continue on the same destructive path as we head further into the 21st century?
Jonathan S. Tobin
The Jews’ illegal immigration muddle
It is possible for Americans and Israelis to care about the treatment of immigrants without also insisting on amnesty for those who break laws that are neither unreasonable nor unfair. But that is a truth liberal ideologues choose not to comprehend.
Pew survey: Muslims to outnumber Jews in the US by 2040
Muslims are expected to outnumber Jews as the second-largest religious group in the U.S. by 2040, according to Pew Research Center