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‘Israel Needs To Free Itself From Its Oslo State Of Mind’: An Interview With...

Widely recognized as an expert on Mideast politics and U.S.-Israel relations, Ambassador Yoram Ettinger advocates for Israel on both sides of the Atlantic, advising members of the Israeli Cabinet and Knesset and regularly briefing American legislators.

Talmudic, Tenacious, Tough-Minded: An Interview With Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is quite an accomplished personality. The author of over 60 books, Rabbi Steinsaltz has also translated the entire Talmud into Hebrew, a project he started in 1965 at the age of 28 and took 45 years to complete. To date, over two million copies of the Steinsaltz Talmud – in Hebrew, English, French, and Russian – have been sold. No wonder Time magazine once dubbed him a “once-in-a-millennium scholar.”

‘Israel’s Supporters Need To Go On The Attack’: An Interview With Ambassador Alan Baker

As a former Israeli ambassador to Canada and an expert in international law, Alan Baker has been involved in the negotiation and drafting of agreements and peace treaties with Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and the Palestinians. Last year Baker was thrust into the spotlight when he was appointed by Prime Minister Netanyahu to the three-member committee chaired by former justice Edmund Levy to examine the legal aspects of land ownership in the West Bank. That produced the highly publicized Levy Report.

What I Learned About America On My Summer Vacation: An Interview With MK...

In the less than two years since he gave up his full-time job as a print and radio journalist, Uri Orbach, 50, has distinguished himself as an indefatigable parliamentarian for the Religious Zionist Habayit Hayehudi (Jewish Home) party, which sits in Prime Minister Netanyahu's coalition government.

The People of Israel Live, Endure And Eat Falafel

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.

Shlomo’s Legacy And BJX

BJX students and young professionals come from all different religious and geographical backgrounds. Many of us, like myself, did not grow up religious.

Rav Kook’s Secret Writings: A Drama In Several Parts

JERUSALEM – Clandestine photocopying of tucked-away documents in Israel’s National Library, hurried text messages of selected passages verifying their pristine, unpublished condition, and question marks surrounding the editing and possible censorship practices of trusted editors from eighty years ago.

Israel, Capitalism, And Human Excellence: An Interview with Author George Gilder

George Gilder's latest book, The Israel Test (Vigilante Books), is so unabashedly pro-Jewish and pro-Israel that it would make many Jews blush.

Inside Nahal Haredi

I couldn't see why I was different from Israeli boys my age. I too wanted to defend our country.

A Tribute to Humanity’s Teacher

Elie Wiesel was one of the most important people in the post-WW II period. He spoke truth to power, He spoke up for those for whom no one else championed. For that he received the Nobel Peace Prize.

The Blue Card: A Time-Limited Mission

The Blue Card is the only organization with the sole mission to provide financial assistance to needy survivors.

Kastner: Holocaust Hero Or Nazi Collaborator? – An Interview with Author Paul Bogdanor

Although six decades have since passed, the Kastner Affair remains highly controversial.

In the Kosher Trenches: The Work of KosherQuest

Before long, people began calling Rabbi Eidlitz with their kashrus questions.

‘More Philo-Semitism Than Anti-Semitism In Polish History’

An Interview With Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Alex Storozynski

‘There’s A Grand Deception Going On’: An Interview with Terrorism Expert Steven Emerson

The New York Post called him "the nation's foremost journalistic expert on terrorism." Richard Clarke, former White House counterterrorism chief, called him the "Paul Revere of terrorism." For 16 years, Steven Emerson has been conducting research, reporting, writing, speaking, and testifying before Congress on the threat of radical Islam.

I Hope People Will Say Of Me, ‘He Loved Jews’: Rabbi Avi Weiss On...

But on the human level, public protest played a very central role. And that’s not my position – it’s the position of historians who are experts in this area.

From Lakewood To Yeshiva University: An Interview With Rabbi Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff

"From the age of 12," Rabbi Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff told The Jewish Press in a recent interview, "I had one dream: to be a tzaddik, a gaon, and a melamed. I never became a tzaddik, I never became a gaon, but I did become a melamed, nodeh l'Hakadosh Baruch Hu."

Most Israeli Lawmakers Support Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem, Poll Says

Fewer than half (nine) of the 21 MKs polled said they believe Trump will keep his election campaign promises to move the embassy.

Lancman On Jerusalem: ‘No Other Capital City In The World Has Its Status Questioned’:...

New York State Assemblyman Rory Lancman (D-Queens) is a candidate in New York’s 6th Congressional District in the June 26 Democratic primary. Lancman, who served as an officer in New York’s 42nd infantry division and as a local community board member, recently met with The Jewish Press Editorial Board. He addressed Israel and local issues.

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