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Seth Riklin uses corporate experience as B'nai B'rith International president

the end of his first year as president of B’nai B’rith International, Seth Riklin’s front-burner order of business is to evaluate ...

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Bitter words in Munich

By Toby Axelrod — It was not your average accusation of anti-Semitism, with the invective flowing only in one direction over social ...

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Two killed, more than 20 injured in Jerusalem terror bombings

This story was updated Nov. 28 with a further fatality report. Israelis were killed and more than 20 injured on Wednesday in ...


 

News

Thousands gather for Chabad ‘kinus’

It was unseasonably cold on Sunday morning, Nov. 20, when thousands of rabbis, including...

Todays Life

Seth Riklin uses corporate experience as B’nai B’rith International president

Nearing the end of his first year as president of B’nai B’rith International, Seth...

Features

Iran hostage shares his painful memories

After a “traditional, religious” Jewish childhood in Brooklyn where he attended...

Opinion

What was the dispute between Jacob and Esau?

Did Jacob steal Esau’s birthright (Genesis 25:25-34)? If so why does the Bible hold up...

Leisure

‘Sisters In Law’: Tale of two justices

It’s been six years since the Newman Center’s Elizabeth Eriksen Byron Theatre hosted...

Obituaries

The memories never fade

Memories of IJN publisher and Denver media personality Max Goldberg on the 50th yahrzeit...

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