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‘Academia Can Meet Tradition And Not Be A Contradiction’: An Interview with Bible Lecturer...

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.

‘The Left Holds The Arabs In Such Low Regard’: An Interview with Author and...

During the Nazi period, as bad as the Germans were, no German politician ever declared openly a desire to exterminate the Jews.

From Northern Ireland to Israel: Meet Gush Katif Supporter Stephen Haire

I never visited but Gush Katif looked like an amazing oasis created by Israel's most loyal citizens

After Losing His Legs, U.S. Veteran Brian Mast Gets ‘Hands Dirty’ To Support Israel

Posting ‘I support Israel’s right to defend herself’ on Facebook isn’t enough.

‘Trying To Keep The UN Honest’: An Interview With B’nai B’rith International Executive Vice...

HarperCollins’s omission was especially egregious because it is a major general and educational publisher.

A Sheep Farmer Today

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.

The Volunteers Who Saved Israel In 1948

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.”

A Diamond Among Diamonds: Dovid Winiarz OB”M

His entire existence was about spreading simcha and glorifying G-d’s name on a daily basis.

R’ Dovid Winiarz: An Appreciation

How many sites that tell you to check your politics at the door have 10,000 likes?

Wait Till You See Why These IDF Soldiers Are Smiling [video]

They say a picture is worth a thousand words so I will stop typing and let the pictures do all the talking...

Writing With Impact

"I aim for the heart," says Dvorah, "and I start with feelings, because feelings are universal."

‘Don’t Come Into A Job Interview Blind’: A Conversation with CEO Richard Dukas

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.

Victims Of Terror:

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.

Securing Funding For New Jersey’s Yeshivas: An Interview With the OU’s Josh Pruzansky

A school voucher means the state is giving you a voucher to send your kid to whatever school you want. That might be problematic as far church-state issues are concerned.

Briana Goldberg: Complete And Unshaken Faith In Hashem

I felt guilty asking her to talk about her husband. There was no need for the guilt.

The Jewish Community Confronts Violence And Abuse: Keeping Our Students Safe

"Addiction can be managed, but it isn't something that can be cured."

Loving, Living And Laboring On The Land: A Talk With David Ben Tsvi,...

"Farming still allows some unique opportunities for mitzvah fulfillment that a city dweller never meets."

‘Our Goal Is To Connect Jews To Their Land’: An Interview with Jerusalem Councilman Arieh...

We see pictures of mosques, monuments for terrorists, illegal schools, and hundreds of apartments being built on Jewish land without repercussions. We are losing Jewish property, so it is up to us to protect it.

‘My Job As A Journalist Is To Tell The Story’: An Interview with New...

It’s not an admiration. It is simply a kind of journalist fascination. It stands out, it’s different from more traditional Orthodoxy.

How A Synagogue Is Meeting Immigration And Revival: It’s Expanding

In his short time with the shul, he has managed to activate a Hebrew school with now over 50 children and five teachers.

Life On Campus

Our constant goal is to up student involvement with Jewish life on campus.

A Life Of Inspiration

"My husband, the visionary, wanted to target people who had never kept Shabbos; I, the realist, asked how they would do it."

A Century of Tikun Olam: The American Joint Distribution Committee

In a world where people question whether they should be engaged, we are a reminder that all Jews are responsible for one another.

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