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Why many European Jews are abandoning their traditional political homes

Why would Jews in Germany, of all places, support a populist right-wing party? It would be most remarkable, would it not, if the majority of American Jews stopped voting...

Worse than Holocaust denial

Take a glimpse into the future. It is scary indeed if Brigham Young University Prof. Ron Hager’s perception of the Holocaust is the kind of thinking that will go down...

For murdering Ari Fuld, terrorist gifted $400 monthly

Still the priority of the Palestinian Authority: ‘Pay for Slay’ In an American court of law, when a plaintiff wins a case that includes punitive damages, they...

Gary Antonoff, 1936-2018

We mourn the passing of Gary Antonoff beyond the long list of his contributions to Denver and to the Jewish community in Denver. And the list is long indeed. He was...

No fake news, this!

Disclaimer: This is not fake news, not some kind of Purim spoof. No, we didn’t get our holidays confused. The news: “Israeli athletes will participate in an...

Dismay over the Brett Kavanaugh process

Who is the victim of a politicized nomination? Not so much the nominee (confirmed or not) as the country itself. After listening to a considerable amount of the...

Polarization? What polarization?

Unknown bridges Once in a while a small item catches our eye that speaks volumes. It’s the kind of item that’s buried in the news or not reported at all. What makes...

Yom Kippur . . . if only for one day

Is a wedding or a graduation to be discounted because the excitment peaks only on one day? This year we seem to be hearing a refrain much more often than usual. It is...

IJN staff prayers 5779

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5779 SECTION D PAGE 20 Amy Lederman: In a year of great turmoil in our country and the world, may we find the strength, wisdom and insight to...

John McCain, a reminder of what an American can become

It’s unfortunate that America’s collective mourning period for Sen. John McCain is being colored, and to some degree obscured, by the political rigmarole generated...