The Jewish Link wishes its readers and advertisers a wonderful, productive learning-filled Shavuot.
This is a holiday where we have not prepared by cleaning our house of its very last grain of chametz. Nor are we building fragile sukkahs or tediously inspecting lulavim or etrogim.
What ever happened to the saying “Never Again”?
Especially in, of all places, Germany.
It appears as if even the government’s anti-Semitism commissioner Felix Klein has forgotten one of the greatest lessons of the Holocaust when he told a German tabloid last
With Lag BaOmer upon us, we leave our days of spiritual mourning and take a day to be festive and enjoy the warmth of a wedding or the flame of a bonfire. And don’t forget to get that haircut!
These past 32 days have been shocking. We’ve witnessed an alarming amount of anti-Semitic vitriol and
No, it’s not “Islamophobia” to criticize Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s ignorant assessment of any role the Arabs might have had with re-settlement of Europe’s post-Holocaust Jewish community in Israel.
To think that the Michigan freshman congresswoman gets a “calming feeling” when she thinks of the
Certainly there is much to be concerned about, especially with the escalation in terrorist hostilities emanating from Iran through its Gazan terrorist proxies.
But it’s Israel’s 71st anniversary.
The glass is absolutely more than half full. So as you
The 27th of Nisan marks the solemn Yom Hashoah V’Hagevurah, Holocaust and Heroism Day, the day we remember both the atrocities of the Holocaust and the heroism and resilience of Europe’s Jewish community in the decades since.
The words “Never Again” are a mantra shared by generations of Jews
Coming back to work and real life after a beautiful Pesach where I tried to do as little paper-related work as possible is never easy and this week was pretty challenging. But I made it back and I am sitting here now fully in the throes of another intense deadline day…and I am still thinking about Pesach, as I think many of our
As Passover 5779 brings us together at the seder table, let’s be a link to one another.
Know a family or couple, single or elderly person who is going to be alone on Passover? It’s not too late to invite them over. Give them a link to your family, to a community.
It’s gone too far. Even for Facebook.
But especially for Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and New Jersey’s Division on Civil Rights.
There are rampant social media accusations that the quality of life in Ocean County is “under assault” and that a group of
Next Thursday, the world will be moon watching as Israel lands its historic scheduled lunar spacecraft.
Two days prior, however, Israel will be brought down to earth with an election that arguably has never meant more to this democracy, just 71 years young.
On a day when Israel was responding to a terrorist-fired rocket causing personal injury to seven members of the same Moshav Mishmeret family in Central Israel, President Donald Trump and VP Mike Pence responded with history-making resolve and unquestioned support.
While 18,000 AIPAC delegates were nearby
For the third time in as many years, I attended the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., this week. I have said it before and I’ll repeat it now: if you have never attended the policy conference, you are missing out. You are missing out on the most supportive bipartisan experience imaginable. You are missing out on being