We strongly want to voice our support for this week’s House of Representatives resolution condemning anti-Semitism.
More so, we want to thank the House for expanding anti-Semitism’s definition to include “accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the alleged priorities of Jews
We want to use this space to thank Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-5) and Virginia Rep. Elaine Luria (D-2) for penning the letter signed by 25 Democratic Caucus members to Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemning and rejecting the very notion of anti-Semitism by other House members.
New Jersey Congressman Josh Gottheimer got it so on point recently when he introduced a resolution urging the United States to formally recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
There is no more vital time than now for
It makes you want to just shake your head in sadness.
The Jewish News Syndicate reports that the suspected Palestinian killer of a four-day-old Jewish baby is eligible for some 6,000 shekels a
Let history be our judge. April 9 is not the time for Israel to be led by anyone else but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
So what if it is a record-fifth election? So what of his longevity in passing
Tuesday, November 13, was one of those jam-packed days in the life and career of a Jewish media professional where I truly feel blessed with the job I have. Although I normally don’t leave our Jewish Link office much on Tuesdays and Wednesdays due to the rigors and stresses imposed by our demanding Wednesday-night deadline cycle,
It’s called Airbnb.
But now the booking platform would be more appropriately called Err-bnb, because if there was ever a grievous mistake made by any company regarding Israel, this has to be it.
The online platform’s decision to blacklist Jewish-owned rentals in
In years past, when Israel has had to defend itself against the terror of Hamas, the world community has used the words “excessive force” to condemn the Jewish state.
When close to 400 rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza earlier this week, the world’s voices of condemnation stayed quiet,
Last week, many of us learned of the Tree of Life congregation killings as we emerged from Shabbat.
Some of us, as the Havdalah candle wick is still smoldering, turn on our smartphones or any other preferred screens, fearing we are missing something.
The “new sheriff in town” is, much to our dismay, getting out of Dodge City.
Indeed, Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, announced last week she will be leaving her post at year’s end.
That has left those of us who wake up each day with