In December 2017, The Jewish Link wrote about the Landsman family—parents Jennie and Gary, older brother Mikey, and younger brothers Benny and Josh. When Benny was 6 months old his developmental progress stalled, and after several months of intervention and therapy the family sought the advice of
We’ve been through a lot together this year.
The pages of The Jewish Link and our online platform have captured our community’s triumphs and, at times, some of its most troubling challenges.
Be it communal responses to a person in need of a kidney transplant,
After a difficult, albeit inclusive election day in Israel, it is our hope that the nation can come together in a show of unity.
Whether it’s Likud or Blue and White leading the government, the last thing Israel needs to do is weaken itself through divisiveness. Its enemies would love to see the Jewish
With its leader still working to form a clear majority and voter turnout predicted to be low on September 17 in Israel, the last issue the Jewish State and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted to have was any sort of engagement with Hezbollah.
Yet after the near miss of an anti-tank projectile aimed
We understand that this is a fraught issue. In its entire existence as a state, Israel has permitted critics of every level to tour the country, to meet with government officials and members of Knesset. Many of those same critics have gone on so-called “Israel-warts-and-all” tours, which include meetings with Israeli officials in
This was the result of Tuesday’s House of Representatives vote on Resolution 246 rejecting, in a powerful statement, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) movement.
The measure had 349 co-sponsors, many of whom spoke passionately in favor of Israel and
No, migrant detention centers are not concentration camps.
That this is even a conversation in this nation is reprehensible and dangerous.
What is happening at the United States southern border cannot be compared to a Dachau or Ravensbruck.
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman was on point this week when he declared that, given certain circumstances, Israel “has the right to retain some, but unlikely all, of the West Bank.”
Let’s not forget the not-so-distant past when Israeli PM’s Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak all but offered the
What ever happened to the saying “Never Again”?
Especially in, of all places, Germany.
It appears as if even the government’s anti-Semitism commissioner Felix Klein has forgotten one of the greatest lessons of the Holocaust when he told a German tabloid last
With this pre-Shavuot edition, we proudly present you with the 100th edition of what has come to be known simply as the “The Link.” Our 4-year-old Jewish community paper—which started as a seed of an idea shortly after we founded The Jewish Link of New Jersey—is proudly serving our community today as a hyperlocal news and feature
No, it’s not “Islamophobia” to criticize Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s ignorant assessment of any role the Arabs might have had with re-settlement of Europe’s post-Holocaust Jewish community in Israel.
To think that the Michigan freshman congresswoman gets a “calming feeling” when she thinks of the
The 27th of Nisan marks the solemn Yom Hashoah V’Hagevurah, Holocaust and Heroism Day, the day we remember both the atrocities of the Holocaust and the heroism and resilience of Europe’s Jewish community in the decades since.
The words “Never Again” are a mantra shared by generations of Jews