(RNS) — Christians United for Israel says it supports a Jewish state, but it considers Jews useful only insofar as they trigger the end of days.
I went to a JVP event so you won't have to. This is bad stuff.
All God's children got triggers. Only one flag causes them? Give me a break.
JERUSALEM (RNS) — In recent months, pedestrian walkways through the oldest parts of the city have been reworked to make them wheelchair-accessible, and new technology is bringing holy sites to life for everyone.
(RNS) — For queer Jews, the rainbow flag with the Star of David has nothing to do with Israel. They say it’s a Jewish symbol and an ancient one at that, predating the modern State of Israel by more than 1,500 years.
(The Conversation) — As Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jews become more numerous, and powerful, many politicians are capitalizing on anti-religious sentiment among secular Jews, including calling on Haredim to submit to the draft.
(RNS) — After 28 years of entering Israel multiple times per year, Elaine Zoughbi was suddenly denied entry by an airport border agent. The reason? She had married a Palestinian.
This is a political reckoning for American Jews.
Zionism goes one on one with homophobia. Guess which one won?
JERUSALEM (RNS) — A concerned Jewish healthcare worker has composed a prayer to be said before vaccinations are given. She hopes the prayer, which has been posted in some well-baby clinics, will help ease the minds of parents whose children are being vaccinated.
Perhaps Rep. Tlaib was trying to say something different. Let's give her the opportunity to clarify her words and thoughts.
As the Beatles sang: "Once there was a way to get back homeward..."
JERUSALEM (RNS) — While in other countries the world's 21 million Adventists stand out for their Saturday services and their public evangelism, here in Israel the group can be easy to miss.
Those cartoons that portrayed Bibi and Trump as blind are using one of the most significant antisemitic tropes in history. Now you know.
JERUSALEM (RNS) — At Passover, Jews of Eastern European descent abstain from eating legumes such as chickpeas and soybeans. Sephardic Jews have no such prohibition. What does seder look like when the two groups come together?