Letters: Israel’s Elections

Mitchell Bard’s op-ed “Don’t Get Hysterical Over Israel’s Election” (Nov. 17) was outstanding and so practical.

Vilna Congregation Now a Mikvah, But It’s Always Represented Change

Since its founding in 1904, Vilna Congregation in Society Hill has experienced its fair share of changes. Most recently, on Oct. 2, the community dedicated...

As Sales of Antisemitic Film Promoted by Kyrie Irving Skyrocket, Amazon Comes Under Pressure...

 As the antisemitic book and film that NBA star Kyrie Irving promoted ...

Meet 10 Jewish Candidates Who Could Be Elected to Congress for First Time

The daughter of a Holocaust survivor, a gay man in a conservative-leaning area ...

As Israel-Lebanon Maritime Deal Teeters, Israel Sets for Military ‘Tensions’

The Biden administration is still hoping to close a deal between Israel and Lebanon on a maritime border.

A Capitol Hill Hearing on Antisemitism and Big Tech Turned Acrimonious

The lawmakers thanked the representatives from the social networks giants for attending the Capitol Hill hearing on antisemitism
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AJC Helps Launch Pennsylvania Asian Pacific American Jewish Alliance

On Sept. 29, the Pennsylvania Asian Pacific American Jewish Alliance will convene for the first time, marking a pioneering local effort to build solidarity...

Letters: BDS’ Danger, Mastriano and Unprotected Speech

For reasons known only to him, Mitchell Bard wants to minimize BDS.

Dinner with Seoul

I have written before about my love of Korean food. The cuisine delivers spice, complexity and a little sweetness. It lends itself well to carnivores...

Fewer Guns = Fewer Deaths

After each incident, our nation embroils itself once again in the gun debate.