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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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The Ballad of Old Mordecai

Abraham Mordecai was the first Jew in Alabama, and played a large part in the state's and the United States' early history.

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Police Officer Dead, Three Jews Hurt in Jersey Shooting

Breaking news of a shooting near a kosher supermarket in the U.S.

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The Hebrew Orphan Asylum Band

Jewish orphans in the 1800s lived difficult lives that were sometimes made more tolerable through music.

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It Can Happen Here

One of the most underreported stories in the news today involves a drastic rise in violent anti-Semitism in the United States.

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The Damascus Affair

The eighth president of the United States stood up for persecuted Jews overseas.

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Americans Stand Together for Israel

A bipartisan resolution has passed the U.S. House supporting Israel's right to defend herself from terror attacks.

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America’s Grateful Hearts

Ever since George Washington first called for national day of Thanksgiving in 1789, the oldest American synagogue has celebrated it.

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