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The Forward 17m
"Democrats aren’t the anti-Israel party; they're the party that believes being pro-Israel means holding Israel to the same standards we hold ourselves. Enough with the hysterics. Let’s not let the right dictate the terms of the debate," per :
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Philip Gourevitch 11h
a lot of history and of literature in those 121 yrs of paper, including— if I remember from a photo of this I saw—a long ago serialization of Madame Bovary in Yiddish, which was read aloud by readers on ladders amid the laborers hand-rolling cigars in Lower East Side sweatshops…
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(((Yair Rosenberg))) 11h
This is so sad, and the end of an era for Jewish journalism in America. Can't count the number of great reporters who got their start writing copy for The Forward.
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David Schraub 10h
Wishing , a titan of Jewish media, best of luck as it moves digital-only—and my thoughts are with all the talented journalism professionals who were laid off.
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Andrew Silow-Carroll 11h
The firings of so many good people is a tragedy for the profession, and coming exactly at a time when we need sharp reporting on and for a community facing tough challenges.
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Seth Mandel 11h
This is nothing to celebrate and I don’t want to see any of that in my TL. A lot of history here, a lot of complicated relationships, and a lot of lives affected.
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Gal Beckerman 11h
Thinking with sadness about all my friends at . There's gloating from certain quarters, precisely those people who could never abide a Jewish news org. willing to air the community's dirty laundry. I would hate to see them win.
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Laura E. Adkins 15h
Some personal news: After 3 amazing years , I’m excited to share that on the 28th I’ll be joining as Opinion Editor. I’m so grateful to the Forward for everything I’ve learned and excited for this new opportunity!
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The Forward 16h
With ‘Ghostbusters 3’ Jason Reitman Is Picking Up Where His Dad Left Off
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The Forward 17h
"If bipartisan support for Israel is faltering, it’s not because the Democrats are anti-Israel. It's because the two parties have different ideas of what it means to be pro-Israel," writes :
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The Forward 17h
What Really Happened During The Birthright Walkouts
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Laura E. Adkins 17h
A lot of activists have made the news for walking off of trips (and I've interviewed some of them for ). In this new account, a Birthright participant who witnessed the disruptions shares the other side of the story:
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The Forward 17h
Yad Vashem Designer Moshe Safdie Among Winners Of Israel’s Coveted Wolf Prize
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The Forward 18h
Sackler Family Misled Doctors To Increase Sales Of Opioid Painkiller
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The Forward 18h
Ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Who Visited North Korea Says Don’t Follow Him
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The Forward 19h
Florida Commissioner: Rashida Tlaib Might ‘Blow Up’ Capitol Hill
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The Forward 19h
‘Heartbroken’: Sarah Silverman Sums Up Many Jews Feelings About Women’s March Leadership
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The Forward 20h
I’m An Orthodox Woman, And The Rabbinate Barred Me From The Mikveh
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The Forward 20h
USDA Gives $1.2 Billion Food Donation To NYC’s Hungry - But 45% Of It Is For Pork
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Aiden Pink Jan 15
Leaders of the Women's March had a secret meeting last week with some of New York's most prominent rabbis to talk about anti-Semitism and Farrakhan. It convinced some (but not all) of them to tell their congregants to go to the march. Here's what happened:
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