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Photo Friday: I Will Walk About in Freedom

Freedom flies over the Holy Land in a photo taken during America's visit to the 1950 Maccabia Games in Israel.

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Teddy Roosevelt and His Jewish Rough Riders

Jacob Wilbusky was a 16-year-old volunteer in Theodore Roosevelt's famed calvary, and the first to fall when the Rough Riders went to war.

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Congressional Medal of Honor for a Jewish Hero

Benjamin Levy was the first Jewish-American to win the Congressional Medal of Honor, which he earned during the 1862 Battle of Glendale during the Civil War.

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Arlington National Cemetery – Resting Place for Faithful American Heroes

On this day in 1864, Arlington National Cemetery was officially opened as a resting place for America's veterans, whatever their faith.

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s House of Peace

Beth Sholom Congregation in Pennsylvania is the only Jewish house of worship to have been designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Thomas Jefferson: Friend of the Jewish People

A letter from President Thomas Jefferson to an important Jewish-American is a priceless artifact of American religious tolerance.

Fellowship Blog

The Triangle Factory Fire

The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911 was a landmark tragedy in both American and Jewish history, and one that brought about many changes for America's workers.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Iran Nuclear Deal

Amid the misinformation spread about this much talked-about deal, here are five things you might not have known about the Iran Nuclear Deal.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

The Terrifying Trend of Rising Anti-Semitism

Despite growing threats to Jews around the world, in 2020 we can work to overcome this hatred by strengthening Israel, bringing Jewish people home to Israel, and ensuring the continued support of Israel’s Christian friends.

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Lighting a Candle in the Desert

While serving in Saudi Arabia during 1990's Operation Desert Storm, Jewish troops quietly kept their faith during Hanukkah.

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May the Father of All Mercies Scatter Light

Much like the early Americans who won freedom from England, the Maccabees defeated a favored foe in the story celebrated on Hanukkah.

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Mark Twain and the Lost Opportunity

On this date in 1905, the beloved American author born Samuel Clemens headlined an event to benefit Eastern Europe's impoverished Jews.

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