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Jewish guide to possible Biden picks

By Jackson Richman As President-elect Joe Biden forms his upcoming administration, certain positions should spark interest in the Jewish and pro-Israel community....

In the face of COVID, aging veterans stay the course

By Heather Robinson When they were young, some stormed the beaches, taking the fight to the enemy; some liberated Nazi concentration camps in Western Europe and forever...

A beginning? Israel-Lebanon talks

By Israel Kasnett For the first time in three decades, Israel and Lebanon held the first of what is expected to be a series of negotiations over the next few months...

IDF steps up to mitigate COVID-19 crisis in Israel

By Yaakov Lappin The Israel Defense Forces is significantly broadening its involvement in the national effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus in Israel....

JUST Act reinforces Holocaust restitution

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 SECTION B PAGE 17 By Jackson Richman Cherrie Daniels was tapped last year as the US State Dept.’s special envoy for Holocaust Issues....

Social services amid economic downturn

By Faygie Holt In the first few weeks of the global pandemic, the Jewish Family Service and Children’s Center Service of Passaic-Clifton, New Jersey, saw an increase...

Breaking down the UAE-Israel deal

By Israel Kasnett, Israel Hayom via JNS Israel’s deal with the United Arab Emirates, which will soon include a signing ceremony affirming full normalization of...

Important — secret — Hamas elections

By Dean Shmuel Elmas and Daniel Siryoti, Israel Hayom via JNS This November, as much of the world focuses on the US presidential election, another political race will...

Food and flight: Israel-UAE relations take off

By Josh Hasten For the first time ever, an El Al flight flew over Saudi Arabian airspace en route from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi. The Monday, Aug. 31 flight to the United...

Coronavirus vaccine race hearkens to Dr. Jonas Salk

By Heather Robinson PITTSBURGH — Each year in the 1940s and ’50s, more than 15,000 Americans were paralyzed by polio and thousands died. The disease reached its peak...