Op-Ed: George Washington-Style Peace Plan

“If the State of Israel is to be a Jewish state. A sliver of a state, in a world teeming with Muslim dominated states. And if the Jewish state wants to respect the safety and wellbeing of its citizens, and its law abiding residents, it can happen,” writes Aliza Bas Menachem in her latest op-ed.

FSU Jews Remember Holocaust Victims

On Friday, Jewish Communities communities across the former Soviet Union (FSU) came together to commemorate the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, with memorial events taking place in almost every one of the Federation’s (FJC) 100 larger communities. The region’s youth programs also actively participated in the commemorations.

New Torah Dedicated at University of Florida

Over 100 students and community members joined a musical procession Sunday in Gainesville, Florida, to celebrate the completion of a brand-new Sefer Torah for Chabad at the University of Florida, led by Rabbi Berl Goldman.

Boruch Dayan Hoemes: Pnina Kotzer, 40, OBM

With great sadness we inform you of the untimely passing of Mrs. Pnina Kotzer, OBM, a beloved shluchah and educator in Eilat, Israel, who passed away on Monday at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem after a long illness. She was 40 years old.