Editorial


Journal Hits the Reset Button

The Board of Overseers has become concerned by some of the content and opinion pieces appearing over the past several months in this newspaper and it has acted decisively.Read More


Istanbul Terror Attack

We offer our condolences – as a people who know what suffering is made of – to our friends in the Muslim community as they celebrate their holy month of Ramadan.Read More


Thank You Seth

Congressman Seth Moulton has shown himself to be a thoughtful representative, one who has not always played it safe.Read More


Proud of Our Inclusiveness

There was a time when the Jewish Journal was more a synagogue newsletter than a real time, real life Jewish newspaper.Read More


Donald Trump Compared with Hitler

Trump is brash. He can be insulting. He says what he wants. But Trump is no Hitler.Read More


Praise for Leadership in Beverly

The Beverly incident and how Jewish leaders responded to it is a clear sign that Beverly Jewish leaders are fighting back against ignorance and hatred.Read More


Jonathan Greenblatt Rights a Great Wrong

Jonathan Greenblatt, the leader of the ADL, has established himself as a major voice for right among the Jewish people.Read More


When a Redaction is an Omission

Once again, acts of anti-Semitism in Newton took a back seat to politically correct bureaucratic bungling and efforts to hide what had happened.Read More


Getting it Right

The reaction in Swampscott recently to a spate of anti-Semitic acts shows how pol­itical correctness hasn’t yet dismantled Swampscott’s ability to react to such hatred.Read More


Yom Hashoah

This is the month and the time Jews rethink our modern history from year to year. It is a stunning moment for thinking Jews when the annual Holocaust remembrance is upon us.Read More


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