"The idea of bringing people back to Yiddishkeit was inside me from my childhood days."
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Erica Pelman is a spiritually-driven woman. She is founder and director of “In Shifra’s Arms” (ISA), an organization that offers aid to pregnant Jewish...
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The Iranians do not believe the West has the necessary conviction to intensify the sanctions – precisely at a time when biting sanctions would be most effective with the falling prices of oil.
What I think is going on here is the Midrash is making a comment about Rut’s love for Naomi being some sort of reflection of how we have to love God.
I can tell you that Cablevision has been astonished at how high we rank.
During the Nazi period, as bad as the Germans were, no German politician ever declared openly a desire to exterminate the Jews.
I never visited but Gush Katif looked like an amazing oasis created by Israel's most loyal citizens
Posting ‘I support Israel’s right to defend herself’ on Facebook isn’t enough.
HarperCollins’s omission was especially egregious because it is a major general and educational publisher.
Shepherding in the Shomron isn’t your usual kind of shepherding – despite his business-minded beginnings, Eli has discovered that a strong ideological impetus powers the job.
I said to myself, “This story has got to be told. We’re losing this generation of World War II and if we don’t listen to them now, we’ve lost it.”
His entire existence was about spreading simcha and glorifying G-d’s name on a daily basis.
How many sites that tell you to check your politics at the door have 10,000 likes?
They say a picture is worth a thousand words so I will stop typing and let the pictures do all the talking...
"I aim for the heart," says Dvorah, "and I start with feelings, because feelings are universal."
I was very pro-Israel, I was very proud of being Jewish, and I was living in New York at the time as a single man in my 20s and I was just looking for a little bit more.
The gaping hole torn in my heart by my son's death was too raw to find solace in any of the memorial events planned by others.
Dr. Faier passed away in 2009, leaving two manuscripts. The first, A Day is a Thousand Years: Human Destiny and the Jewish People, was published posthumously in 2012.