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Looking Back at The Jewish Chronicle’s History

Featured image courtesy of Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives, Pevin Family Papers While searching past July issues of the JN and the Detroit Jewish...

Metro Detroit’s South African Jewish Community

The Alene and Graham Landau Archivist Chair shares his interest in discovering South African Jewish history and connections in Metro Detroit. I work with Tessa...

Book Review: “Shadow Strike”

Shadow Strike is a thrilling novel exploring the gripping story of the 2007 destruction of the al-Kabar nuclear reactor in Syria. By Mike Smith, Detroit...

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...

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Attorney Robert Kass Authors ‘To Save the Nation’

Attorney Robert Kass pens his first thriller To Save the Nation based on the international intrigue that touched his life. Photos courtesy of Robert Kass Detroit...

JET Theater Updates Are Strong Reasons to Celebrate

JET Theater's move to a new Walled Lake venue and  new season dates have improved attendance and reach. Photos courtesy of JET As the Jewish Ensemble...

Democrats Pass Two-State Resolution in Congress

Democrats in Congress have passed a resolution that states the only way to bring peace to Israelis and Palestinians is through a two-state outcome. By...

Hillel Day School Announces New Head of School

Dr. Darin Katz of Philadelphia will start his tenure as the next Head of School for Hillel Day School in July 2020. Featured photo courtesy...

American Rabbi Suspected of Running Baby Trafficking Network

Five people including American Rabbi Shmuel Puretz have been arrested by Israeli police for allegedly running an international baby trafficking ring. By Cnaan Liphshiz (JTA) —...