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Who’s sorry now: The top 10 apologies of the Jewish year

Who’s sorry now: The top 10 apologies of the Jewish year

From #MeToo to the continuing rise of the alt-right, the penitent reflected a host of themes that made headlines in 5778.

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An Israeli singer in Amsterdam creates the world’s first Ladino pop album

Opinion

Opinion

Our former rabbi victimized women. Here’s how we made our synagogue a safer space.

A new Torah scroll symbolizes a Liberal Jewish revival in the Czech Republic

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United States

U of Michigan professor refuses to recommend student for study in Israel because of BDS

The University of Michigan professor denied that he is anti-Semitic.

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Life & Culture

Rachel Brosnahan

‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ wins 8 Emmy Awards

The show also included Roseanne jokes, and a sweet moment for Henry Winkler.

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From the JTA Archives

Fiercest Fighting in Israel’s History Continues in Fourth Day

Spirit of Camp David at Emmy Awards; Holocaust Wins 8 Emmys

Egypt clears deceased ex-spy

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Israel & Middle East

Ari Fuld

Ari Fuld, American expat slain in West Bank, remembered as a combative activist and caring friend

An American immigrant to Israel who served in its army, the 45-year-old father of four was as warm in person as he could be pugnacious in print.

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From 70 Faces Media

7 TV Shows That Had Yom Kippur Episodes

These Are the Best Foods to Eat Before Fasting on Yom Kippur

This Jewish Trailblazer Helped Change Women’s Tennis Forever

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World

Analysis of 40,354 audio recordings of Argentina-Iran cover-up wins online journalism award

La Nacion Data Argentina analyzed recordings that included information used by the late special prosecutor Alberto Nisman in his AMIA investigation.

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