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Students at Leeds University in England glimpsed life in one of the world’s oldest Jewish communities last weekend through the recollections of Edwin Shuker, an expatriate Iraqi who fled his Arabian homeland as a boy.
While their friends back home spent an extended Thanksgiving weekend with their families, it was classes as usual for American students abroad last Thursday.
A gala evening honoring the recipients of the 2009 Morris and Ann Lazaroff Lamplighter Award drew a cross-section of S. Louis, Mo.’s diverse Jewish community to the downtown riverfront district.
Volunteers across the country are taking steps to bring joy to those less fortunate and, in the process, making the American holiday meaningful for their own families.
Seeking to bring more light into the world one year after the Mumbai, India, terror attacks, thousands of Jewish students around the world will be inviting one friend each to the Shabbat table this Friday night.
Celebrating 70 years of their movement being directed from the United States, almost 4,000 Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries from around the globe are making their way to the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, N.Y., for an annual conference exploring everything...
Celebrations have a way of bringing people together, and in the case of one recent bar mitzvah, a cruise ship stocked with kosher food helped ensure a large crowd.
The sixth annual Jewish Eye film festival hosted the official Israeli premiere of “A Light for Greytowers,” a full-length production by women and for women.
Organized by the umbrella organization of North American Jewish communities, the Jewish Communities Heroes contest asked rank-and-file Jews to nominate individuals who have positively affected the lives of others.
Coming off of one of the busiest times of the year, Jewish community members and yeshiva students said that a campaign to bring the fall season to homebound and hospitalized individuals resulted in hundreds of people getting a chance to celebrate the holi...
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