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Wayne State Officer Learns in Israel

Wayne State Chief of Police travels to Israel to learn situational awareness tactics to protect students and the greater Detroit area. By Anthony Holt Recently, I...

Beyond Startup Nation, Most Israelis Struggling

Despite being leaders in technology, many Israelis are struggling to make ends meet. Hardly a week passes without proud references to Israel’s “startup nation” credentials....

HMD Israel Fellowship Program Offers Knowledge

Hillel of Metro Detroit (HMD) Israel Fellowship Program offers University of Michigan students knowledge and learning opportunities. By Annie Peurach I was not raised Jewish. I...

Protecting the Abortion Rights of Michigan Women

The National Council of Jewish Women meet with legislators to discuss legislation surrounding abortion in the state of Michigan. Featured photo via NCJW Facebook So far...

Abortion: Why We Really Aren’t Debating It

We aren't debating abortion, we are fighting the patriarchy we exist in, where men hold predominant power and social privilege. By Rabbi Tamara Kolton, Ph.D. I...

Jewish Detroiters Did Their Part for Israel’s Founding

By Mike Smith Israel just celebrated another birthday. The nation is now 71 years old, and it is a vibrant, democratic, economically powerful, high-tech society...

Local Italian Restaurant, Bacco Ristorante, is Among the Best

Bacco Ristorante in Southfield is still among those hard to beat for classic Italian cuisine, thanks to executive chef Luciano DelSignore. By Danny Raskin When he...

When Germany Talks BDS, it’s Time to Listen

German parliament voices condemnation of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement, likening its tactics to to Nazi-era anti-Jew campaigns. By JN Staff Is the Boycott, Divestment,...

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Catch JET’s Production of ‘Cabaret’

Cabaret is showing at the JET Theatre in Walled Lake until November 3. Featured photo courtesy of JET Life is wonderful; life is great; life is...

Religious Marriage Contract Can be Used During Divorce

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that spouses can enforce a religious marriage contract while filing for divorce. Featured photo via iStock Spurned spouses in Michigan,...