A lot of crazy ^%$& happens in the Jewish world each week. Don’t miss these stories on: Zimmern and human flesh, Reagan’s gift to Israel, Kosher in prison, the “Irvine 11,” and more.
On Egypt… With Mubarak officially out, the U.S. Jewish community weighs in congratulating the Egyptian people, Obama’s administration tells the new Egyptian government (what government?) to keep peace with Israel, and the anti-Israel photos from the protests you won’t see elsewhere.
On Ronald Reagan’s gift to Israel… a Pro-Israel Republican party.
We may be reach, but hell if we’re cheap. Jews are 5 out of the 6 top givers in the U.S. Booyah.
Kosher food a religious freedom? A Montana prisoner says so.
Jewish soldiers fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yeah, you don’t hear about THAT in the news every day. A special feature from The Forward.
Jewish Voice for Peace submits signatures in favor of the “Irving 11,” the 11 Muslim students criminally charged who organized a protest of US Ambassador to Israel Michael Oren’s speech at UC Irvine that was so deafening and disruptive, the District Atty says Oren was unable to exercise his free speech rights. Read about it, and stay tuned for the March 11th arraignment.
Join Jews around the world to wrap tefillin tomorrow, Sunday Feb. 13th for a Worldwide “wrap” inspired by the Million Man March.
Redefining rape. The bill that would change everything, and the Jewish Congresswoman speaking up. What do you think?