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Israeli Chefs Take on London Dining World

Food
Feature

Israeli Chefs Take on London Dining World

by Amy Guttman

Israeli chefs are importing the flavors and hospitality of their homeland to London's stuffy restaurant scene—and critics and diners are happily taking note....

Honey & Co. Summer Recipes

Food
Recipe

Honey & Co. Summer Recipes

Recipes from Honey & Co.'s best-selling new cookbook, from savory cheesecakes to cauliflower schwarama to cherry pistachio cake (plus a delish mint, apricot and lemon...

The Anticancer Diet

Books
Non-fiction

The Anticancer Diet

by Zelda Shluker

Dr. David Khayat’s The Anticancer Diet is subtitled "Reduce cancer risk through the foods you eat." Both as professor and practicing oncologist, Dr. Khayat’s goal...

Duet in Beirut

Books
Fiction

Duet in Beirut

by Zelda Shluker

This book is an original for more than one reason. To begin with, it is a first-time English translation of a writer popular in Israel....

Run You Down

Books
Fiction

Run You Down

by Zelda Shluker

In Julia Dahl’s first book, Invisible City, her central character, Rebekah Roberts, was a stringer, a rookie reporter trying to establish a foothold in a...

Europe Through the Lens of Anti-Semitism

Wider World
Feature

Europe Through the Lens of Anti-Semitism

by Abraham H. Foxman

Today, many historic threats have diminished or disappeared. There is no Hitler, Stalin or Mussolini to threaten European Jewry. There is no government or society...

England: Worries in a Golden Age

Wider World
News + Politics

England: Worries in a Golden Age

by Miriam Shaviv

Natalie, a mother of three, was chatting to a worker at a children’s play center in the heart of Jewish London when a party of...

France: Kippot Under Baseball Caps

Wider World
News + Politics

France: Kippot Under Baseball Caps

by Natasha Lehrer

France has the largest Jewish and Muslim populations living side by side outside Israel. Over the past six decades, tensions between the two have increased....

Hungary: The Politics of Hate

Wider World
News + Politics

Hungary: The Politics of Hate

by Ruth Ellen Gruber

Recent research shows that the percentage of hardcore anti-Semites in Hungary has more than doubled in the past two decades to somewhere between 21 and...

Sweden: The Mainstream Takes Notice

Wider World
News + Politics

Sweden: The Mainstream Takes Notice

by Nathalie Rothschild

The city of Malmö in Sweden's south is just a 20-minute train ride from central Copenhagen. With a large Muslim population, it has acquired a...

Germany: Is There a Cycle of Solidarity?

Wider World
Feature

Germany: Is There a Cycle of Solidarity?

by Toby Axelrod

With the recent terrorist attacks against Jews in Paris and Copenhagen, Jews in Germany, too, are jittery. They reflexively ask themselves—as during every crisis—whether it...

Homemade and Global

Food
Personality

Homemade and Global

by Adeena Sussman

Israeli chef Einat Admony has brought the eclectic flavors of her homeland to New York, where she is the proprietor of a growing number of...

Philadelphia

The Jewish Traveler
Feature

Philadelphia

by Rahel Musleah

Ideals of liberty and brotherly love have fostered one of the nation’s most successful Jewish communities since colonial times....

Nitsana Darshan-Leitner

Israeli Scene
Personality

Nitsana Darshan-Leitner

by Helen Schary Motro

The aim of this lawyer and her Israel-based law center is to battle terrorist organizations is court, which she has done successfully many times....

Under the Huppa Again

Family
Feature

Under the Huppa Again

by Deborah Fineblum Schabb

In some ways, when a second-time-around groom stomps down on the glass after the huppa at his wedding, that glass is already in shards....

Controlling Daylight

Israeli Scene
News + Politics

Controlling Daylight

by Gershom Gorenberg

The clash between the American and Israeli leaders is not unprecedented, and the rift in the relationship need not be irreparable....

Sympathy on the Border

Israeli Scene
Feature

Sympathy on the Border

by Rochelle Furstenberg

At the entrance to Kibbutz Nahal Oz, along Israel’s border with Gaza, there is a white plaster-cast sculpture of three men and two women. They...

Wilderness of Mirrors

Being Jewish
Commentary

Wilderness of Mirrors

by David Klinghoffer

As we experience a fresh rash of anti-Semitism, spattered across the globe, we naturally ask: Why does God permit it?...

Big Love for Small Patients

Health + Medicine
Feature

Big Love for Small Patients

by Wendy Elliman

Tehilla is one of some 200 children who undergo surgery for congenital heart defects at Hadassah each year....

A Projector Unto the Nations

Arts
Film

A Projector Unto the Nations

by Amy Klein

Israeli cinema, once the domain of serious films focused on war and conflict, today reflects a greater diversity....