Could Bernie Sanders Become the First Jewish President?

By Todd Feinburg, Joshua Resnek

In a time of anti-Semitism and Islamic terrorism, Bernie Sanders’ candidacy is being accepted and applauded by the largely non-Jewish American public.Read More

Hate Buries Hope Part III

“The victims’ families need to know that we all care.”

– Barry Shrage, President, Combined Jewish Philanthropies Read More

Hate Buries Hope Part II

“In the midst of this terror, which is literally killing Jews in the streets just for being Jews, there’s incredible resiliency.”

– Jeremy Burton, Executive Director, JCRC Read More

Hate Buries Hope Part I

The Journal recently spoke with Jonathan Greenblatt (ADL), Jeremy Burton (JCRC), and Barry Shrage (CJP), about dealing with the growing violence in Israel.Read More

Pope Francis on Tour

By Joshua Resnek

The visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. has broad implications for American Jews, as he is perceived as a friend of the Jewish people.Read More

Expert: Leadership Vacuum Drives Syrian Crisis

By Todd Feinburg

There are an estimated three million who have been displaced from their homes but remain in Syria.Read More

What They're Saying

Quotes on Israel from the Republican CandidatesRead More

Republican Candidates Sound Off on Israel

By Todd Feinburg

Sound bytes from the top 10 Republican candidates before the first debate.Read More

State Senate President Stan Rosenberg

The President of the Massachusetts State Senate shares some thoughts.Read More

Longest Serving MA Female Rabbi Also Wears Chef and Writer’s Hats

Not only is the book a guide to baking challah and learning about the Torah, but it is also “a discussion starter and an activity for the family to do together.”Read More

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