Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
By:
JTA Staff
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the Argentinian cardinal who was elected to become the new pope, is said to have a good relationship with Argentinian Jews.
Comment2
By:
Gil Shefler, JTA
The announcement of Hugo Chavez's death sent many in Caracas into panic mode, fearing that the death of this larger-than-life figure — alternately loved or reviled by millions in his country — might lead to chaos in the streets.
Comment0
By:
Uriel Heilman, JTA
For more than a decade, Venezuelan Jews have been subject to the whims of a mercurial president who used his bully pulpit to intimidate, rail against Israel and embrace Iran.
Comment0
By:
JTA
European Union diplomats in eastern Jerusalem have recommended economic sanctions against Jewish settlements in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem.
Comment0
By:
Cnaan Liphshiz, JTA
Rising nationalism and an economic recession have led many young Jews to leave their native Hungary and make aliyah or resettle elsewhere in Europe.
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement