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Lapid’s first speech: unity

Yair Lapid might only be Israel’s interim prime minister, but he appears to be determined to maximize the position in the four months or so he is guaranteed to occupy...

Ben & Jerry’s boycott ended — for now

Unilever, after nearly a year of legal and financial battles, including economic divestment from the company by several states in the US with anti-BDS laws, announced...

Zelensky: Israel must impose sanctions

In a live streamed address to students, faculty and staff at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Israel to join the network...

Lipstadt off to Saudi Arabia

Deborah Lipstadt’s first overseas tour as the State Dept.’s anti-Semitism monitor will start in Saudi Arabia, a signal of the kingdom’s efforts to change its image...

Mile High high: Avs fans skating on air

Dr. Steve Feldman spoke for all Colorado Avalanche fans while re-living Sunday night’s final seconds in game six of the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay...

Israel’s merry-go-round elections

Israel is heading towards another national election — five times since 2019.

IJN wins 13 Rockower awards in Jewish journalism

The Intermountain Jewish News won 13 Rockower Awards for Excellence in Jewish Journalism for articles written in 2021.

Hefty price tag for new academic Mishnah

Oxford University Press set the price of a three-volume set of the Mishnah, out in August, at $645 — a steep, though not unheard-of cost for an academic text, and...

Houston rabbi is ‘CNN Hero’

A Houston rabbi was named a CNN Hero for her work as the founder and CEO of Undies for Everyone, which provides underwear and dignity to children in need.

Israel’s literary loss

A.B. Yehoshua the novelist took a sharp knife to his fellow citizens’ pretensions and delusions, writing books that laid Israel bare like an open bleeding wound.