In 2005 the GJCF launched Algemeiner.com
, dedicated to studying the world through the lenses of some of the finest scholars and communicators living today. The website
offers a penetrating and stimulating Jewish perspective on the events and issues of
Algemeiner.com is being re-modeled, broadening its horizons further to include various new sections, news reporting, features and further commentary, Please stay tuned, additionally becoming a fully-integrated entity with the print version of the Algemeiner. Presently, commentary on our website is divided into three general sections, Events, Issues and Tradition, each branching off into numerous sub-categories, which you can access through our Archive section and our Search engine.
A fascinating Yiddish section
on the website features the Algemeiner weekly print issue, including news commentary and the finest Yiddish essays.
Algemeiner.com is dedicated to study the world through the lenses of some of the finest scholars and communicators living today. The website will offer you a penetrating and stimulating perspective on the events and issues of our times.
Algemeiner.com is committed to carrying the power of the Algemeiner Journal and all its history to the next generation growing up in prosperity and freedom.