Attend his grandson’s bris
Deliver his closing remarks in Yiddish
Order deli sandwiches for members of the jury
The prayer book Madonna uses at Kabala meetings
The synagogue where Bob Dylan celebrated his bar mitzva
Justin Bieber’s yarmulke
Sending out fake Twitter messages in the name of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Playing klezmer music at high volume during terrorism interrogations
Scattering lion dung to frighten away wild boars
Passengers who use tefillin during flights
Passengers who must carry sharp objects in order to open in-flight kosher meals
Passengers who cry “Oy vey!” during bumpy flights
A comedian was sued by her Jewish New Jersey in-laws for making them the butt of her jokes.
A priest, a rabbi, and a minister sued a bartender for joking about them.
Comedian Roseanne Barr requested a restraining order against her Hawaiian neighbors who she believes murdered two of her goats.
TheAggravator.com: A news site that aggregates stories about celebrity anti-Semitism
KiddushTracker.org: Features the week’s Shabbat kiddush menus from dozens of synagogues in the tristate area
TheJMom.com: A dating website that helps parents match up their sons and daughters
Symantec’s Israeli affiliate, Symantov, developed a device that blocks television broadcasts of Two and a Half Men.
Technion researchers used nanotechnology to create the world’s smallest bowl of hummus.
Researchers at Hebrew University have devised a computer program to detect sarcasm.
Traif, a restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, “celebrating pork, shellfish, & globally inspired soul food”
Goniff, a discount store with “prices so low, they’re practically a steal!”
Shvitsn, a Coney Island bath house for “hasids and hipsters”
For having been introduced as a “rock star” to Beatles legend Paul McCartney at a Chabad fund-raiser
For introducing rocker Bruce Springsteen as “New Jersey’s other boss”
For suggesting the pyramids couldn’t have been built with union labor