Why did a French school think color-coding students who don’t eat pork or meat was a good idea?
Tag Archives | Judaism
On the questions of race and racism in relation to Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
The challenge of peace.
“We are waking up people’s consciences.”
The impact of enlightenment, European anti-Semitism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
From Dhimma to Viziers in Andalusia: relations between Jews and Muslims should be viewed within context.
What happened to a shared history many still fondly recall, where are we now and what are the prospects for the future?
Three members of a right-wing religious Jewish group have been charged in Jerusalem District Court.
Samantha Elauf was turned down for a job because of her hijab; Observant Jews face same discrimination, says Nathan Lewin, who filed court brief.
“On Monday afternoon, Lori Lippitz and her little band of well-wishers pulled into the parking lot of the school they once thought of as theirs.”
Fredrico Leonelli shot dead by police on Sunday after allegedly beheading a maid in Rome was a pro-Israel fanatic, who wanted to fight against Hamas in Gaza.
Prominent settler and former Israeli army chief rabbi Avichai Rontzki delivered a “messianic, fiery speech” to Israeli forces prior to the devastating massacre of the Gaza City neighborhood of Shujaiya.
The attitudes of the Norwegian population towards Jews and other minorities.