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Yadira Caraveo: District 8

Ever since she became a member of the Colorado General Assembly in 2019, Dr. Yadira Caraveo has stepped away from her pediatrics practice every January for a four-month...

Taliban will conserve Yu Aw shul in Herat

Though the Jews of Herat in western Afghanistan haven’t lived there in decades, the city’s historic synagogue, thought to have been built around the turn of the 20th...

Brazil’s Jews divided on Lula’s win

In 2009, da Silva warmly welcomed former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a notorious Holocaust denier whose regime persecuted minorities and critics, for a visit...

Lions in the den are dead, but more dens foreseen

By Yaakov Lapin As Palestinian terrorism moves south from its epicenters in Nablus and Jenin, one former Israeli defense official believes that despite the blows dealt...

Bibi’s back

Preliminary exit polls showed Israeli opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing/religious bloc garnering a parliamentary majority in national elections on...

Black-Jewish caucus loses its founder

As she nears her retirement from Congress, Brenda Lawrence knows her work bringing Jews and blacks together is not finished. Her latest reminder: Kanye West.

Two Polish women honored posthumously by Yad Vashem

Two Polish women, Renata Rostworowska and her aunt Kristina Wojewódzka, were posthumously named “Righteous Among the Nations” by Yad Vashem, Israel’s national...

Erik Aadland: House District 7

In aspiring to become the next person to represent Colorado’s Seventh Congressional District, Republican Erik Aadland quotes Abraham Lincoln: “A house divided...

Barb Kirkmeyer: House District 8

Ahead of the Nov. 8 election, the Intermountain Jewish News speaks with Barb Kirkmeyer, the Republican running for Colorado's newly created 8th District.

Kosher, halal, defended at EU

European Union officials in Brussels invited Jewish and Muslim community leaders to discuss meat production, in what some of the guests characterized as progress toward...