Stories from our global Jewish family.

Syria Panel

For Syrians -- both refugees and those remaining -- the past five and a half years have been a living nightmare with no end in sight.

The resolution, which condemns Israeli actions on the Temple Mount, in East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza while ignoring violence and attacks committed by Palestinians against Israeli citizens, only serves to escalate conflict.

The Bipartisan Taskforce for Combating Anti-Semitism introduced legislation last week aimed at highlighting the growing problem of anti-Semitism in Europe.

Matthew Fund

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago has opened a fund to rush humanitarian aid to the survivors of Hurricane Matthew.

This past week, Ukraine commemorated the 75th anniversary, of the massacre at Babi Yar.

Chicago Jews and Albanian-Americans gathered to greet Albanian President Bujar Nishani at JUF on Sept. 27.

Holocaust survivor Ben the Barber retires at age 96 photo 1

More than 60 years of haircuts come with personal stories

We applaud law enforcement in arresting a suspect in the Sept. 12 arson attack against the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, Fla.

The need for human services and home remediation from flood damage has grown significantly throughout southern Louisiana, which is now a federal disaster area.

JCRC Chair David T. Brown and Executive Director Emily Sweet issued the following statement in response to the murder of Father Jacques Hamel in Normandy, France.

[First] [Previous] [Next] [Last]

Connect with us

Sign up for our weekly newsletter featuring issues and events in the Jewish world.