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? Thursday, October 19, 2017


Good Priest, Bad Priest

Shimon swore loyalty to the new leader. Alexander, out of respect and gratitude, preserved the Jews’ political and religious rights, both in Judah and throughout the new kingdom.

Chanukah Cards And Jewish History

Behind each is a tale of time and place that, framed against various religious, political, social, cultural, and artistic milieus, can provide deep insight into Jewish historical leitmotifs.

U.S. Policy On Israel And The Obama-Trump Transition

Resolution 242 does not in itself strengthen the already strong legitimacy in international law for Israel’s claim to the territories. But it is relevant in several respects.

The Queen Who Never Needed A Crown

My mother had the glow of Shabbos on her face at all times and her appearance was that of a real Queen Esther, with all the royalty and regalness conveyed by the title.

The 1939 World’s Fair Palestine Pavilion

The World's Fair is in a way a reflection of mankind, its work and aspirations.

The Making Of The Freida Sima Series

The desire to keep my grandmother's memory and voice alive inspired me to write an article about her for The Jewish Press.

Whose Job Is it?

Avraham’s ability to instill in others a fidelity to righteousness stemmed from a deep sense of connection, a paternalistic drive to ensure the transference of his deepest values.

Separation And Reunion

Whenever I see people, of whatever religion or background, who are joyfully coming together after a long separation, I feel spellbound, and I must stand by and witness that pure innocent joy as long as I can.

After “Schindler’s List”: The Challenging Life Of Oskar Schindler

Though initially motivated by money, Schindler was appalled by the Nazi murder of many of his Jewish workers and he thereafter used all his skills to protect his Schindlerjuden (Schindler Jews).

‘My Name Is Freida Sima’

Like numerous women of her generation, she was able to whip up a three-course meal out of nothing and make a one-week Depression paycheck last for six months.

The Joy Of Torah

So we dance, and do hakafot with the Torah in appreciation and gratitude for the divine gift to the Jewish people.

The Art Of Sukkot

Many of our greatest artists have produced striking graphic works on these subjects; what follows is a selection of original artwork from my Sukkot collection.

Let It Go

So if we have people like that to look to for guidance and direction in terms of how to deal with others’ actions, why is it that so many of us struggle in this area?

Rosh Hashanah: The Real Election Day

A world from which America retreats is a dangerous world indeed.

Rosh Hashanah Greetings From The Chofetz Chaim

Believing in the imminent arrival of the Messianic Age, he stressed the importance of aliyah to Eretz Yisrael and was a great supporter of the Jewish community there.

Freida Sima Makes Aliyah

After Max's death, Shirley and Chaskel had bought an apartment in Israel for the future. Suddenly the future was now.

‘Return In Mercy’

I decided that I was going to attempt to go down to the Kotel, which at that stage no one had yet reached.

The Mechanics Of Teshuvah

There was no Ruler of the Universe I could call upon to save me, and so I had to fight this lonely battle until I found the One Strength that could save me.

Simon Wiesenthal And The Waldheim Affair

In his later years he spoke out in favor of war crimes trials for the perpetrators of genocide in the former Yugoslavia, and he lent his name to the Holocaust study center and Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.

Freida Sima, Max, And The Golden Years

Watching the puppy's wobbling walk, she named him Umbriago, similar to the word "drunk" in Italian and Spanish (embriagado).

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