The objective of the Greater Jerusalem Law was to bolster the weakening demographic status of Israel's capital city and to "restore Jerusalem as the symbol and heart of the Jewish nation."
Asked about the atmosphere in Albany, one former lawmaker would only speak on the condition of anonymity.
Clearly, creating the menorah was beyond human capacity. Why did Moshe need to have a clear image of what it was to look like?
Written in somewhat of a raw, clipped style, Goren holds no punches for those whom he admired, and those whom he scorned.
Since our faith teaches that EVERY person has a soul mate – a bashert – designated by Heaven, how is it so many cannot find their partners? It is impossible to know but faith and prayer HELP!
It never used to bother me; that is, until recently.
Somehow, over the years, Chanukah has come to be celebrated as a children’s holiday.
Being in prison was hard, but I'm grateful for it because it saved my life.
In the midst of his writing, he chanced to look down at the dance floor. He noticed that from afar, it seemed like he was witnessing poetry in motion.
A hung jury failed to convict him, voting 10-2 for acquittal. The DOJ initially announced it was going to retry him. This week it announced it would not.
Rebbetzin Jungreis (a”h) column, initially posted upon the death of her beloved friend Irene Klass, is reprinted here as a memoriam to Irene Klass, longtime publisher of The Jewish Press, whose yahrzeit is this week. May both their memories be a blessing.
Now, 13 year later, after Mr. Obama’s electoral fortunes are no longer a concern, the photo and news of the meeting have surfaced.
She spoke with a smile on her face, exuding a calm acceptance of her less-than-ideal circumstances.
This week’s quiz: What does Israel have in common with Bolivia, Dominica, Grenada, Grenada-Grenadines, Guinee, Lesotho, Micronesia, Paraguay, Sierra Leone, Spain, St. Vincent, and...
In other words, our educational system that has been revamped over the years to accommodate better and more education for women, might be failing our boys.
Abraham and Holocaust survivors shared the commitment to first building the future and only then allowing themselves to remember the past. That is what Abraham did in this week’s parsha.
Bonfils deliberately selected his subjects in order to preserve a vast range of information for geographical, ethnographic, biblical, archeological, architectural, and historical studies.
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