I love being in Jerusalem. The first time I visited the Holy City and the Western Wall I was filled with overwhelming joy. God is everywhere, but I feel his presence especially strongly in Jerusalem.
There’s a wide spectrum of behavior and beliefs among people, and people don’t always line up 100 percent the way other people expect them to.
According to the news report, the children of that kibbutz had come up from the shelters for the first time in four days to breathe fresh air. There was also to be a wedding in which five couples were to be married.
Nachi Eyal And The Battle For Jewish Rights In Israel
70 year old Chana Loecher plans to cross the Kinneret for the 6th time in Swim4Sadna event tomorrow
The Rebbetzin began campaigning to increase public awareness of the importance of saying Amen.
There are around 100,000 Israelis here. We call it the second Israel. There are chummus shops and falafel shops – you feel very much at home. It’s like a huge kibbutz.
 On the eve of her expected reelection victory, New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton met with the The Jewish Press.
A woman who knows that her family is financially stable is a happy, relaxed mother.
An unlikely collaboration between a Russian Israeli and a Spanish Moroccan has produce films showcasing a variety of general and American Jewish causes.
The Jewish Press sat down in its Brooklyn offices with Republican State Senator David Storobin.
Temech is about providing a community – a place where religious women can learn, collaborate and refresh themselves with like-minded people.
Three months ago, Chaim Spero, the father of an autistic child, wrote an op-ed piece for The Jewish Press about his son's recent bar mitzvah. He never expected what followed.
The program really changed my life. I come from a good, religious home, but I like to do my own thing. For the first time, I met teachers I identified with and who guided me.
As mayor of Burlington, Vt., Bernie Sanders publicly inaugurated the Chabad-Lubavitch Public Menorah at Burlington's City Hall.
At a pace of about once every two weeks, we thwart a specific terror attack somewhere in the world. So people tend to be thankful about that.
All are here with a sense of purpose and determination. And, of course, they will also experience a relaxing and rejuvenating weekend.
The very first Jewish author I ever came across was Sadie Weilerstein.
Political intrigue. Backroom discussions. Revealing portraits. These and more fill the pages of a new memoir by Ambassador Yehuda Avner, The Prime Ministers: An Intimate Narrative of Israeli Leadership (Toby Press). Hailed as the "ultimate insider's account," this 731-page book reveals hitherto unknown stories based on recollections and notes Avner took while working for four different Israeli prime ministers.
Non-Jews are no strangers to Israel's policy of inclusivity in its government. What is strange is finding a non-Jewish Knesset member who is more Zionistic than most of his fellow parliamentarians. Ayoub Kara, a Druze Likud Knesset minister, is proud to consider himself one of the most "right wing" members of the Knesset.
I was proud of my son that he decided to dedicate time to Torah learning. Even as a religious boy, he could have opted to go straight to the army.
Whoever doesn't have the courage can read a little bit and then close the book, go to the kitchen and take some ice cream out of the freezer.
We go out and strengthen those who want to hear us. We give them tools and information.
‘Things Once Taken For Granted Are Now Considered Unacceptable’: A Conversation With Professor Marc...
Marc B. Shapiro, a Judaic Studies professor at the University of Scranton, is a mine of information and a lightning rod for controversy.
Dan, a veteran of the US Combat Engineers corps is participating in an IDF Torah dedication on Sunday, this is his story.