Daniel J. Solomon, The Jewish Daily Forward

Daniel J. Solomon

The Jewish Daily Forward

New York, NY, United States

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  • The Jewish Daily Forward
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  • Haaretz.com
  • Washington Post

Recent articles by Daniel:

In ‘Fiddler’ parody, Randy Rainbow continues a long musical ‘Tradition’

Rainbow will not let Trump haunt his dreams like Fruma Sarah. → Read More

6 Healing Moments From This Jewish Week

A few of the beautiful Jewish moments from this week -- Larry Krasner empathized, US veterans healed in Israel, Philly eatery Zahav won. → Read More

Meet the world's last, best hope to prevent Israel's annexation of the West Bank

America's no longer pretending to be an honest broker. The Arab world's no longer pretending to care about the Palestinians. That leaves France's Macron holding the whole future of the Middle East peace process in his hands → Read More

Purim in Paris: Rachel Félix and the Paradox of French Anti-Semitism

Rachel Félix, a Jewish actress born to itinerant peddlers in 1821, became a star of the Comédie-Francaise, starring in "Esther" by Jean Racine. → Read More

Sebastian Gorka Makes Dumbest Tweet Yet About Harvey Weinstein — And ‘Pence Rules’

Gorka said on Twitter that Weinstein should not have met with women alone - the so-called Pence Rules. → Read More

Bella Abzug Could Get Manhattan Corner Named For Her

Bella Abzug, who represented Manhattan as a feminist congresswoman, might get a street corner named after her in her native West Village. → Read More

Football Star Julian Edelman Will Read Children’s Book At JCC

Edelman will read to children at the Newton JCC a book about a football-playing squirrel named Jules. → Read More

David Duke Red-Baits (((Communist))) Forward After New York Times Story

Duke wrongly accused the Forward of having "communist" origins after a New York Times profile took a look at the Jewish magazine. → Read More

Rabbis Plan Sukkot Protest At Trump Tower Over Immigration

T'ruah, the rabbinic human rights group, will erect a booth in front of Trump Tower to protest the administration's immigration policies. → Read More

Kushner Co. Is Really Trying To Unload This Brooklyn Brownstone

Kushner Co. has slashed the price on the luxe Brooklyn Heights townhouse that it's been trying to flip – it's been on the market since last year. → Read More

Las Vegas Mayor: ‘Israel Lives With This Every Day’

Carolyn Goodman invoked Israel as an example of a country that had successfully grappled with intense security challenges, → Read More

Democrats Feel Heat To Return Weinstein Donations After Sex Harassment Bombshell

So far, four Democrats – including Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren – have returned campaign gifts made by Hollywood producer Weinstein. → Read More

Israeli Political Strategist Runs Afoul Of Anti-Nazi Laws In Austria

Tal Silberstein, who worked for Austria's Social Democrats, might have violated anti-Nazi laws in accusing political rivals of anti-Semitism. → Read More

Rachel Fishman Feddersen, Forward CEO, Vies For Prestigious Business Awards

Fishman Feddersen is a finalist for the Stevie Awards, which honors accomplished women in business. → Read More

Hollywood Mogul Harvey Weinstein Faces Sex Harass Accusations Dating Back Decades

Harvey Weinstein, the famed Hollywood producer, is facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment in a detailed New York Times article. → Read More

Four NY Jewish Businesses Targeted With Nazi Mail

Four Jewish businesses in the New York area received the same anti-Semitic flier with a picture of a swastika and other Nazi sloganeering. → Read More

Jewish Deli Owner Sorry For Calling Las Vegas Massacre ‘Community Outreach’ For White People

Greg Morelli, owner of Chicago's Max's Deli, wrote a social media post mocking the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. → Read More

That Sukkot Ritual Of Waving Branches Around Has Pagan Roots

On Sukkot, one of the main rituals involves waving branches around, which the Jews might have done in imitation of the Greeks. → Read More

Scary Clowns Come To Israel As ‘It’-Inspired Trend Spreads

The clowning trend has been inspired by the remake of the Stephen King classic "It." → Read More

Jewish Judge Officiates At Same-Sex Wedding Of 91-Year-Old Hawaiian Princess

Levinson made history in the gay-rights struggle when he wrote an opinion that said it was discriminatory not to let same-sex couples marry. → Read More