“I’m all for cessation of hostilities, but I would argue that it has to be tethered to a quid pro quo,” says Middle East Analyst Aaron David Miller.
Like the previous dual strike, which happened during the industry’s transition to television, these simultaneous strikes are happening at a time of massive transformation in the medium.
During the trial, prosecutors called on 60 witnesses, and survivors testified to their horrifying experiences inside the synagogue.
Shapiro isn’t the first Jewish governor, but he is the category’s leading exemplar—unafraid to talk about his faith but mindful that 97.7 percent of Pennsylvanians are not Jewish.
Americans and Israelis went to the polls recently. Here’s how they’ll deal with the outcomes.
Helena’s synagogue was sold to the state in 1935, but now Temple Emanu-El is back in Jewish hands.