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Palestinian firebombing suspect shot by Israeli soldiers dies of his wounds (JTA)—A Palestinian teenager who was shot last month by Israeli troops while riding in a vehicle where passengers allegedly threw firebombs at Israelis has died of his... Full story

 By Paul Miller    Features    April 21, 2017

Is Jewish students' safe space on Israel threatened by a 'pro-Israel' lobby?

For Molly Horwitz, it's not the anti-Semitism itself that stings the most. The feeling that some Stanford University Jewish leaders abandoned her in her fight against discrimination is what still... Full story


Anne Frank's final days, as told by her former classmate

(JTA)—Looking through the barbed wire of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 14-year-old Nanette Konig could barely recognize her friend and classmate from Amsterdam, Anne Frank. Both girls had been caught by the Nazis in the Dutch capital and w... Full story


The Jewish story behind this sexy pot product

By Rebecca Spence LOS ANGELES (JTA)-"We're triggering the next sexual revolution," said Mathew Gerson, seated comfortably on the floor of his adobe-style home in Southern California. Gerson, 42, is... Full story

 By Andrew Tobin    News    April 21, 2017

Israeli women are fighting for equal pay in high-tech

TEL AVIV (JTA)-High-tech workers know there's no problem that can't be solved with a spreadsheet. So a group of Israeli women seeking to combat the gender wage gap in the industry created one last... Full story


April showers bring May flowers

For the residents at Brookdale Island Lake flowers came early thanks to Zack Goldberg of Alexis Home Care. Goldberg is happy to deliver "Friday Flowers" in time for the weekly Shabbat celebration... Full story


Family Shabbat with ice cream at Beth Am

What could be better than a family friendly Friday night Shabbat service and ice cream. Congregation Beth Am is hosting a Family Shabbat service on Friday, April 28, 7 p.m. This upbeat Shabbat will take place in a relaxed, youth-centered atmosphere... Full story


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