October 27, 2011 6:25pm
Two leaders of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs say they are taking the Food Stamp Challenge to remind themselves of what hunger feels like in a nation of plenty — and they are imploring others to join them.
- Amar’e Stoudemire’s son, barred from Israeli youth basketball, invited to try baseball
- Saban says Keith Ellison’s DNC win would bring ‘disaster’ to relationship between Jews and Dems
- Jenna Jameson fires back at David Duke claim that Jews dominate porn
- ‘Alt-right’ leader Richard Spencer: ‘Heil Trump’ at supremacist event was fun, exuberance
- Brooklyn mother who lost 7 children in house fire plans to build family center on site
- NYPD sees ‘huge spike’ in hate crimes post-election — Jews targeted most
- ‘Birthright for moms’ resonates with world’s small Jewish communities
- Swiss court overturns hate-incitement conviction for Jewish musician’s Facebook remarks
- Christian-funded philanthropy claims a fifth of Jewish immigration in ’16, irking main aliyah body
- Poll: Donald Trump will be ‘pro-Israel president,’ most Israelis believe
- Trump’s defense chief pick said Israel can be a pain, but few in pro-Israel camp seem to care. Why?