After centuries of Jewish life in Barbados, the historic synagogue is beautifully restored—but the community itself faces an uncertain future
Europe’s refugee crisis has revived interest among Scandinavians in their nations’ legacies during WWII and overturned some long-held beliefs about their history
A former Israeli spy describes his life and work in the 1960s and ’70s
503 years after the first Jewish enclave was instituted in Venice, what does the word ‘ghetto’ mean today?
How the fight for the next communications ecosystem could make a world dependent on Chinese technology, Chinese software, Chinese e-commerce, Chinese venture capital, and the Chinese market
As a community of North American expats has expanded in Mexico, dozens of local converts have joined their ranks
Since I came out as transgender, I’ve never felt more Jewish
Jewish summer camps offer kids a unique linguistic landscape
And focus on ending our humanitarian disaster at the border
Bijan Djir-Sara came to Germany from Iran at 11 and has become one of the Bundestag’s leading opponents of BDS and champions of the Jewish state
A British judge is forcing a disabled woman to have an abortion. As the son of a disabled woman, I can tell you: The decision is evil.
When the voice of a generation became the man of a thousand masks, and what we—and he—lost