is JTA’s Associate Director of Outreach and Partnerships. Follow him on Twitter: @hypersem
January 28, 2013 7:21pm
How bad was The Sunday Times’ bloody Bibi cartoon? Decide for yourself. "Anti-Semitic or Not" riffs off of "Hot or Not" rating websites that allows viewers to browse through a gallery of photos and judge the person or object pictured on a scale. Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook prototype, Facemash, was also modeled after this concept. [[READMORE]]…
January 28, 2013 6:44pm
A list of members elected to the 19th Knesset, in order of party lists.
January 28, 2013 3:17pm
Robert Singer was named secretary general of the World Jewish Congress, the organization’s most senior professional position.
January 27, 2013 10:51am
Students at a school in England are working to collect 6.6 million burnt matchsticks to remember the Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
January 27, 2013 5:00am
The question as to when and to what degree news media perceived Hitler as a threat is a common one. How did JTA track the early years of Hitler and the Nazi Party? [[READMORE]] Perhaps JTA’s earliest reference to the rise of the Nazi party was included in the October 11, 1921 “Daily Bulletins: Cable…
January 25, 2013 7:38pm
@dtlawson Wow, that is so cool! You’re like one degree of separation from the president! — Esther(@GratuitousV) January 21, 2013 I have tears in my eyes I just voted in Israel for the 1st time in my life #israelvotes @nefeshbnefesh @yishaifleisher @malkahfleisher — JoyofKosher (@joyofkosher) January 22, 2013 This will be my sixth election since…
January 25, 2013 7:01pm
Yair Lapid, Scarlett Johansson, Martin Schulz, Charles Schumer and John Galliano make the JTA’s weekly Friday Five list.
January 25, 2013 6:15pm
The Jewish Daily Forward’s Yiddish-language publication is shifting to a biweekly print schedule and launching a new daily website.
January 23, 2013 3:53pm
JTA’s roundup of Jewish organizational hires and achievements: Jennifer Goldstone joins the Birthright Israel Foundation, David Hoffman chairs his first Limmud Conference and David Eisner takes over at Repair The World.
January 20, 2013 11:39am
A three-volume history of New York Jewry took Jewish Book of the Year honors at the 2012 National Jewish Book Awards.
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- University of Maryland professor says she was fired for being pro-Israel
- Iran’s president says security for Israel is ‘not possible,’ pleads for nuclear deal
- Borough Park man indicted in prostitute scheme to intimidate abuse victim
- This US preschool is so Israeli it may as well be Tel Aviv
- DC ‘power synagogue’ hires co-senior rabbis
- Rasmea Odeh, Palestinian immigrant who lied about her terror conviction in Israel, deported to Jordan
- Germany adopts international definition of anti-Semitism
- In unusual move, 7 Jewish senators urge Netanyahu to protect pluralism in Israel