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Ruth Behar on Finding Sephardic Identity in Cuba and Seattle- Remembering Cuba with Pictures Hannah Pressman April 8, 2015 Stroum Center for Jewish Studies- University of Washington
'Our Jewish community's premise is to respect others so they can respect you' Jelena Djurovic October 30, 2015 World Jewish Congress
A Convenient Hatred Elliot Jager March 6, 2012 Jewish Ideas Daily
A Disturbing New Dimension of Far-Right Terror November 14, 2011 Spiegel Online
A Mitzvah Behind the Price of a Soldier's Freedom Samuel G. Freedman October 21, 2011 The New York Times
A TALE OF TWO FAITHS Ben Harris September 22, 2003 The Jerusalem Report
A Taste of Hungary. And Morocco. And Iraq. And Bulgaria. And Libya. Dana Kessler November 18, 2014 Tablet Magazine
America's Forgotten First Black Millionaire And Inventor of San Francisco Gil Troy May 16, 2015 The Daily Beast
Anti-Semitism in Europe highest since WWII Abe Selig January 24, 2010 The Jerusalem Post
Anti-Semitism in Europe on the rise, ADL poll finds Shlomo Shamir March 20, 2012 Haaretz
Anti-Semitism is still flourishing throughout Germany, study shows Ofer Aderet January 24, 2012 Haaretz
Budapest bistro Matzah Soldier drawing trendy clientele with a fresh take on grandma's cooking Cnaan Liphshiz April 17, 2013 JTA
Building Jewish leaders in Budapest Alan Rothenberg October 1, 2010
Call for 'Jewish list' raises the spectre of renewed anti-semitism in Hungary Araminta Wordsworth November 29, 2012 National Post
Creating Jewish Identity on Budapestâs Bustling Streets May 7, 2013 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Csanad Szegedi, Hungary Far-Right Leader, Discovers Jewish Roots Pablo Gorondi August 14, 2012 The Huffington Post
Danube Blues Elliot Jager July 12, 2012 Jewish Ideas Daily
Eating Greek at Hanukkah The Be'chol Lashon Staff November 16, 2015 My Jewish Learning
Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor, activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, dies at 87 David Cohen July 2, 2016 Politico
Extreme Tikkun Olam: Sometimes repairing the world calls on us to leave the familiar behind Rahel Musleah March 1, 2005 Jewish Women International

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