In 1939 there were an estimated 9.5 million Jews living in Europe. Today their numbers have diminished to roughly 1.4 million -- just 0.2 percent of E...
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Ari and Emma reminisce on just how bizarre a program Birthright is, and just how much sex they had while they were there.
The American Jewish community is just starting to come around to the notion that the point of surveys is not to track decline, but to understand where we as a community are going and to help direct it.
What does it mean to be Jewish?
Is it a person's ethnicity, a culture or religion -- or a mix of the three? And how does one practice being a Jew?
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