Articles from the January 20, 2017 edition
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JFS Orlando counselors respond to community threats
Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando is providing onsite counseling for community members needing to discuss recent security concerns at the Maitland Jewish Campus. The Campus was evacuated... Full story
Video buffs: Grab your cameras for the second annual 'Inspired By Israel' video contest
LOS ANGELES—Today the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation announced the details of its second annual “Inspired by Israel” video contest, which it launched this week in partnership with the 12Tribe Films Foundation. Hosted on... Full story
Rebuke of UN shows a House divided over meaning of 'pro-Israel'
WASHINGTON (JTA)-Reps. Ed Royce and Eliot Engel are that Capitol Hill rarity: a Republican and a Democrat who truly have each other's back. And nothing unites Royce, R-Calif., the chairman of the U.S.... Full story
Israel's chief rabbis embrace friendlier approach to marriage, but is it enough?
JERUSALEM (JTA)-Many Israelis feel alienated by the marriage process in their country, fed up with the bureaucracy and strict religious requirements. Some seek to reform the haredi... Full story
Controversial research revealed about Polish-Jewish relations
Polish-born American historian Jan T. Gross revealed new historical research about Polish-Jewish relations while speaking to a full house at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa. Gross' research... Full story
Is Europe's jihadist problem generating empathy toward Israel?
(JTA)-Is terrorism softening European attitudes toward Israel? When a Palestinian terrorist used a car to ram and kill an Israeli soldier in eastern Jerusalem in 2014, the European Union urged... Full story