FIDF celebrating 18 years of IMPACT! Scholarships; ICRF honouring Jason Alexander
Month: July 2020
There cannot be any holes in the arguments so as to give our enemies the ability to undermine us
A retired senior counsel for the federal government has told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the controversial Netanyahu plan to apply sovereignty over Judea and Samaria does not violate international law
Welcome to the intricate and baffling web of kosher food rules that left a bad taste in my mouth
Fifteen years ago, ten thousand Jews were forcibly evacuated from their homes in what can objectively be considered a disastrous policy that still puts Israelis in danger.
The message for Jewish students is clear: Shed your identity or get canceled.
TheJ.Ca bestows the inaugural Stella Kübler-Isaacksohn ‘Greiferin’ Award on Israel-Hating IJV
As antisemitism increases and Jews are stabbed in their homes, gunned down in synagogues, and sucker-punched in the streets, we realize that we are way behind in where we, as a people, should be.
Couple banned from Walmart after wearing Nazi flag face masks at Marshall, Minnesota store