Rabbi Michael Csillag, the founder of Jewish Services of Canada, visits Jewish inmates in Ontario prisons every week. For him, a Jew who’s in jail is still a Jew.
A Liberal MP has apologized and rescinded an award she gave to an activist who, according to B'nai Brith Canada, led a rally that was “laden with hate-filled and anti-Semitic slogans.”
Israel has committed to the reconstruction of Gaza and discussing the possibility of airports and seaports in the Hamas-controlled coastal territory.
U.K. Labour party leader's visit to Tunisia may come back to haunt him.
Amazon removed racist and anti-Semitic products from its site being offered by third-party sellers.
Formed about a decade ago, Brothers for Life, based in Seattle but with a presence in Israel, comprises wounded Israeli combat veterans who help soldiers around the world who have been scarred by war. The idea is that simply by meeting and talking, the Israelis help fellow combatants open up about their experiences.
Marcia Sokolowski's new book, Dementia and the Advance Directive: Lessons from the Bedside, highlights some of the potential issues with living wills.