Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Iyyar 2, 5775

By:
Students say the Hillel chapter had become a political organization rather than a place for Jewish religious and cultural programming.
Comment2
(JTA) — Al Rosen, the slugging Cleveland Indians third baseman who was the American League’s MVP in 1953, has died. Rosen, a four-time all-star who was known as the “Hebrew Hammer,” died March 13. He was 91. He played for the Indians from 1947 through 1956, including for the ‘48 World Series champions — the last time Cleveland won the...
Comment0
By:
JTA
Actor Michael Douglas spoke out against anti-Semitism in an Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times. Douglas recalled that last summer his son, Dylan, was verbally assaulted at a pool at a resort in southern Europe because he was wearing a Star of David necklace. “Afterward, I sat down with my son and said: ‘Dylan, you just had your first taste...
Comment0
Tadesse Dabi Yae, 26, defeated some 25,000 runners from 60 countries to take the fifth annual race.
Comment0
By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
A former U.S. negotiator has asserted that a poisonous atmosphere of mutual mistrust led to the collapse of peace talks.
Comment0

Advertisement

Advertisement