Youth To Israel Adventure

By Deborah Coltin

2016 Y2I, a CJP-supported program, will depart for Israel on July 3rd with 104 teens, 31 teens more than last year.Read More

200-Year-Old Torah Rescued From the Holocaust

By Mary Markos

The Czech Torah was one of more than 1,500 scrolls acquired by the Memorial Scrolls Trust and rescued from synagogues and congregations that were destroyed by Nazis.Read More

Recognition of Genocide Long Overdue

By Andrew Tarsy

Israel continues to toe the line, and the United States government does the same. Both should reverse course and acknowledge the genocide.Read More

The Armenian Genocide – The Other Holocaust

By Stephen Kurkjian

American, Jewish, Israeli and Turkish failure to recognize the Armenian Genocide seems inexplicable, which is particularly painful for the estimated 1.5 million Armenians who live in America.Read More

The West Meets the Wall

By Daniel Goldberg

Why is the women’s section smaller than the men’s? Why are women harassed for wearing tallit or laying tefillin? How can a publicly funded place allow for such discrimination?Read More

Israel and the West Bank: Making Peace with Hate

By Deborah L. Coltin

Jewish settlements comprise a mere three percent of the West Bank, leaving 97 percent for a Palestinian homeland. Yet, offers of land for peace have been rejected by Palestinian leaders at least three times.Read More

Yosef Abramowitz: Energized to Change the World Through Solar

By Todd Feinburg

In 2011, Arava Power opened Israel’s first large scale commercial solar power field on Kibbutz Ketura, followed by other installations in the area.Read More

Security and Sanctity Dual Mission of ADL’s Law Enforcement Mission to Israel

By Penny Schwartz

The visitors went behind the scenes to gain hands-on experience how Israel responds to threats to public safety, including terrorist attacks.Read More

Hillary Clinton and Israel: A Timeline

By Alina Dain Sharon and Sean Savage, Jacob Kamaras

How U.S.-Israel relations will fare under a Hillary Clinton presidential administration is just a guess given her actions during a long and varied career.Read More

One Family Caught Between Two Worlds

By Amy Forman

The true story of one Japanese American family more than half a century after the atomic bomb fell in Hiroshima.Read More

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