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In Europe, the targeting of Roma sets off alarm bells for Jews

In Europe, the targeting of Roma sets off alarm bells for Jews

An Italian politician's call to create a "registry" prompted passionate condemnations from some Jewish groups in Europe.

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In ‘The Cakemaker,’ a gay lover and straight woman long for the same man

Alma Hernandez

Meet the millennial Mexican-American Jewish woman running for office on the southern border

Opinion

Charles Krauthammer

Opinion

Charles Krauthammer: ‘How dreams of peace led to Israel’s biggest mistake’

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United States

10 rabbis are visiting separated families on the border

The delegation includes Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist rabbis.

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Life & Culture

Home cooking classes where Israel and Jewish culture are always on the menu

At Mevashlim B’Ivrit, or “Cooking Up in Hebrew,” people come together to cook, eat and schmooze. And then eat a little more.

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Israel & Middle East

Tough laws can’t snuff Israel’s smoking habit

When it comes to tobacco use, Israelis are more like their neighbors than the rest of the developed world.

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World

Jews are not Swedes, populist right-wing lawmaker says

Amid criticism, Bjorn Söder claimed he referenced minorities' ethnic identities and did not mean to question their rights as citizens.

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