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Jeremy Corbyn: How he is making British Jews nervous enough to consider leaving
With the rise of Labour Party leader and accused anti-Semite Jeremy Corbyn, Britain grappling with its decision to leave the European Union and Prime Minister Theresa May facing criticism over Brexit, Jewish community members are concerned—concerned enough to consider leaving.
Jewish tensions heat up over Western Wall prayer space
Leaders of the Conservative and Reform Jewish movements fear that the actions of Israeli politicians in recent weeks may contribute to a widening gap between Israel and Diaspora Jews.
Menaced by extremists and migrants, European Jews increasingly feel abandoned by government
Jews in France and elsewhere in Europe now face not only traditional anti-Semitism from the far-right, but also from far-left parts of European society and from Muslim immigrant communities. The focal point is a “biased view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
Coffee dates, Shabbat dinners, text study—and answers to the ‘big questions,’ courtesy of Hillel
As part of an experiential seminar this past year, fellowships programs ran on 51 campuses, serving 1,200 students; in the fall, Hillel plans to offer fellowships on 100 campuses and hopes to attract some 3,000 students.