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Labor, choosing Gabbay, gets a boost

Likud still ahead in the polls, but it could be a different ball game — After political newcomer Avi Gabbay’s surprise election ...

Mashgiach

The evolving industry of kosher cheese

By Ben Hartman early morning in the Sardinian countryside and a farmer is milking his sheep while an Orthodox Jewish kosher supervisor ...

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Want a tour of a Hamas tunnel?

By Renee Ghert-Zand AVIV — Capt. Libby Weiss spent most of the summer of 2014 in a Hamas tunnel, and she wouldn’t ...


 

News

Neal Price, left; Linda Sarsour, right

Unmarked graves, unmarked $100,000

Sarsour promises a Denver cemetery big bucks —maybe, maybe not One might think that...

Todays Life

The monument to Jewish homesteaders at Sons of Jacob in Garske, ND. (Sons of Jacob)

North Dakota cemetery on National Register

The oldest Jewish pioneer cemetery in North Dakota has been added to the National...

Features

Rabbi Avraham Schwarz inspecting a cheese factory in Denmark. (Lars Skaaning)

The evolving industry of kosher cheese

By Ben Hartman It’s early morning in the Sardinian countryside and a farmer is milking...

Opinion

Whoever dies with the most fonts wins

“Whoever dies with the most fonts wins.” This adorned a poster by a former IJN...

Leisure

Fireworks at the opening ceremony of the 20th Maccabiah Games in Jerusalem, July 6. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Maccabiah is good for Israel

By Adam Abrams Maccabiah is world’s third largest sporting event Some 7,000 Jewish...

Obituaries

Dr. Herzl Melmed, ready to ride

You’re 80? Meet Dr. Herzl Melmed

The first question of the interview — “What is it with you and bicycles?” — makes...