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Progressive Jews say they won’t give up on the Women’s March

Progressive Jews say they won’t give up on the Women’s March

The controversy stems from a Women's March organizer's presence at a February event in which Louis Farrakhan spewed anti-Semitic, homophobic and transphobic diatribes.

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With Houston still suffering, Jewish groups step up hurricane recovery efforts

With over 3,000 households still uninhabitable, Jewish groups are sending teams of volunteers to the city to help clear out homes and put up drywall.

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Life & Culture

Rabbi says meat from genetically cloned pig could be eaten by Jews – including with milk

Rabbi Yuval Cherlow advocates rabbinic approval of cloned meat “so that people would not starve, to prevent pollution, and to avoid the suffering of animals.”

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Israel & Middle East

Israel opens investigation into Facebook over Cambridge Analytica breach

Under the Israeli privacy law, personal data may only be used to the purpose for which it was given and with the consent of the individual.

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How matzah became a household item for non-Jews in the Netherlands

A Dutch matzah baker actually loses money on Passover -- it's year-round sales to non-Jews that brings in the dough.

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