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It's only to be expected. My colleagues and I at the Middle East Forum have for over two decades criticized the decline of Middle East studies; so now, its syndicate, the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), has for the first time in 14 years replied in kind. The fusillade takes the form of a letter to Leslie Wong, president of San Francisco State University (SFSU).
MEF's Campus Watch has documented the disturbing ties between SFSU and An-Najah University, a radical institution in the West Bank lauded by Hamas as a "greenhouse for martyrs" and described by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy as a hotbed of "terrorist recruitment, indoctrination, and [the] radicalization of students." We believe that Najah's long and
Prior to the start of the Sukkot holiday, Rabbi Klein's seventh and eighth grade Dinim class learned all about extreme sukkahs.
First, they constructed the world's smallest halachic sukkah. They learned the laws for the smallest dimensions for a sukkah, and proceeded to construct the tiny sukkah using cardboard and a great deal of duct tape.
The class then learned the halachot relating to how large a sukkah may be. Following an inspection of the rooftop playground, which included
In music, do you have a taste for romantic opera or rock ’n’ roll? (Perhaps both.) How about the idea of experiencing 1920s silent films in a modern acoustics and multimedia environment? In the visual arts, do you gravitate to traditional photography such as behind-the-scenes portraits of the New York Mets? Do you also enjoy cutting-edge performance art where viewers can interact with the work?
No matter your taste, there will be something for everyone at the first annual Queens College Arts
The Institute of Fine Arts at New York University today announced that sculptor Martha Friedman’s Some Hags will be the inaugural exhibition in its new Great Hall series, which will focus exclusively on the practices of women artists. Some Hags will open Wednesday, October 19, accompanied by a panel discussion with Nancy Worman and Jamieson Webster, and will run through December 1, 2016. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Friedman's exhibition is the first of an ambitious new
ORT America supports YOUniversity Centers of Excellence, a popular after-school initiative for youth in Israel sponsored by World ORT Kadima Mada (Science Journey). The program furthers STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning through dynamic, hands-on projects and gives youth access to the world of cutting-edge science and technology, while enhancing opportunities in under-resourced peripheral areas of the country to rival education in central areas with richer resources.