A new edition of the Babylonian Talmud has human translators collaborating with advanced algorithms
How Jews observe Tisha B’Av in Rome, where the Arch of Titus commemorates the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem
Do Israeli-Arab tech entrepreneurs in Nazareth owe their success in part to the Six-Day War?
Tired of internet conspiracy theories and vile anti-Semitism, the journalist turns his attention from Italy’s mafia to its white supremacists
From the Talmud to contemporary Israeli fiction, Giuntina brings Jewish literature to Italy
Dr. Elhanan Bar-On and his team have already helped patients everywhere from Haiti to Zambia
In two minutes or less, a peek into everyday life in the Strip
A recent viral video of a young man getting attacked for wearing a yarmulke in Berlin brought back memories
Making fun of the Jewish state’s public relations, one R-rated joke at a time
Today on Jewcy: A new book explores how superheroes struggled with the Shoah
Start-up nation welcomes the ultra-Orthodox
Our community has enjoyed the dish and found it kosher for hundreds of years. Stating otherwise is unnecessary and disrespectful.
Today on Jewcy: “We’re a minority within the minority within the minority.”
Hint: They have experience using the chemical weapons they’ll now be in charge of banning
Take that, Paris
I’ve lived in Israel for years and saw the nation in all its wonderful complexity. And even though I’m a big Lorde fan, I knew I wouldn’t be able to enjoy her concert now that she had sided with the BDS movement.
The Jewish State’s national carrier is also appealing to the UN for help
While a few in the Ovazza family cheered fascism on, most escaped in the nick of time
From demonic Jews to a very gay Sherlock Holmes, Nazi movies used a wide array of tools to boost one simple, murderous message
Today on Jewcy: A new mockumentary about floundering celebrities
A new tahini startup, Sesamaise gets its products from two separate family businesses, one Palestinian and one Israeli
Why not have a slice of matcha-flavored babka with that bagel and lox?
Today on Jewcy: A new book of Jewish short horror stories unsettles and amuses.
The former prime minister’s embrace of the far-right in the recent elections has many Jewish fans questioning their allegiances
A looming trade fair raises complex diplomatic questions
The Italian people wanted change, but they couldn’t agree on what kind of change they wanted
Start Up Nation takes on dinner
Today on Jewcy: Welcome to ‘House of Esther’
Today on Jewcy: A new blog asks— what shenanigans were legal?
The same symbol whose sight would make me feel uncomfortable, even unsafe, back home, sparked in me some sort of relief and sympathy on this distant island