The untold story of how a group of Jewish WWII veterans met tragic ends in Israel’s early days
With a new study showing the strength of Canada’s Jewish communities compared with the U.S., maybe it’s time American Jews took some lessons from their neighbors to the north
When Jewish immigrants came to Canada a century ago, they weren’t always welcomed with open arms
Ep. 155: Chef David Zilber on fermenting food at Copenhagen’s Michelin-starred restaurant Noma, and journalist Alix Wall on helping get a Jewish inmate potentially pardoned
Under communism, Soviet Jews ate plov, pork-laden sosiski, and ‘herring under fur coat.’ But does that make those dishes ‘Jewish food’?
George Benjamin broke barriers as an elected official, newspaper editor, and leader of a Protestant organization
Claims change in census question led to false findings
Despite comprising only 1 percent of the population, Jews were subject to 38 percent of religiously motivated hate crimes; Muslims a close second