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A Venezuelan-American chef wants to show the rich culinary tradition of Latino Jews

A Venezuelan-American chef wants to show the rich culinary tradition of Latino Jews

Deborah Benaim says that food has always been a way for her to connect to her Moroccan, Spanish and Moldovan roots.

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Democrats push back after NY Times says the party is drifting on Israel

An article names four challengers for the U.S. House of Representatives who have been deeply critical of the Jewish state.

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Life & Culture

A film on a forgotten Holocaust resistance fighter rocked the box office in Holland

The bravery of Walraven van Hall, who stole millions from the Nazis to help Jews and resistance fighters, has for decades remained behind a wall of silence.

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Israel & Middle East

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"There were several miracles associated with this complicated surgery," said a surgeon at the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv.

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This German group renovates Holocaust survivors’ homes in Israel for free

A rabbi from Switzerland ran into one of the group's volunteers on a flight to Israel, and his Facebook post struck a chord.

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