If not for the advocacy of the Wisconsin Jewish community, there would likely be no Holocaust education legislation. Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat,...
Lauren Fox of Shorewood, a member of Congregation Sinai, is in her home writing space in March 2021. Her latest novel, “Send for Me,” is a...
Videos of Israelis cheering a fire near Al-Aqsa Mosque and of the Iron Dome at work have already defined the current conflagration.
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The latest Israel-Hamas violence stems in part from an unusual convergence of leadership gaps in Israel, the Palestinian Authority and the U.S.
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Reactions to the fighting this week underscore the trend among Democrats away from uncritical support for Israel that for decades characterized the relationship.
More than a dozen people in the area were injured as the deadly exchange of fire between Hamas and Israel moves into its third day.
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Most American Jews feel some emotional attachment to Israel and say they have something in common with its Jews, while 10% support the boycott movement.
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An overwhelming majority of American Jews share the same basic demographic profile — but there are signs that American Jewry is growing more diverse.
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