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Your Rosh Hashana greeting in the IJN

Wish your friends and family a Happy New Year, with your own personal message in the IJN’s special Rosh Hashanah edition published September 7, 2018 before the...

This interpretative sign on Deadwood's main drag explains its Jewish heritage.

Mining Jews

What is it about mining towns and Jews? Us Coloradans know that mining drew a lot of Jewish people to our state — though not all, of course, were miners. My...

Israel’s Nation-State law: Have your say

The Nation-State bill: Necessary, dangerous or just plain stupid? Last week, the Knesset passed what called the nationality law, which enshrines into Israel’s Basic...

UN mum on anti-Semitism

If you haven’t seen it you must. Last year, in a scathing condemnation, Hillel Neuer of UN Watch asked several Arab nations in the UN Human Rights Council a simple...

Eli Cohen's wristwatch (Amos Ben Gershom/GPO)

The unknown, incredible life of Eli Cohen

It’s a pity that the story of Eli Cohen is not more widely known, but is that the fate of a spy? Can a life lived in secret ever fully see the light of day? Eli...

Summer reading tips from IJN staff

As Shana Goldberg noted in her Snapshot this week, summer is a time for reading. Vacations mean bonus time that most of us can’t count on during the year. Suddenly, we...

Roman Abramovich pictured at Stamford Bridge (Clive Mason/Getty)

Abramovich brings kids to World Cup

As we observed when the World Cup tournament first opened, there really is almost now Jewish angle this year. The only strong Jewish presence is Colombia manager José...

(Sefa Karacan/Anadolu Agency/Getty)

It’s World Cup time!

For Jewish soccer fans, it may appear that there’s not too much to be thrilled about in this year’s World Cup, which begins tomorrow with host nation Russia taking...

Lionel Messi at Melbourne Cricket Ground, 2017. (Quinn Rooney/Getty)

Why a soccer hooligan is smiling

When we heard the news about Argentina canceling its friendly in Jerusalem, we knew it was something Rocky Mountain Jew would cover. Then came along a fantastic op-ed on...

Effect and cause

Those who have followed how Israel is covered in major media won’t be surprised to hear that the normal rules of cause and effect don’t seem to apply. As in: “Iran...