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Ima LeIma: Mother to Mother Charedi Women Caring in the Gaza War

When charedi women traveled to the bedsides of wounded soldiers and the homes of fallen soldiers in the months of July and August as Operation Tzuk Eitan (Protective Edge) progressed, their trepidation was very real. In Israel, charedim and the army is a sensitive issue. Would their visit be viewed with cynicism or would it be welcomed?

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‘Almost A Conspiracy In The Media To Delegitimize Israel’: An Interview with Maverick Publisher...

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Shabbat.com: An Interview With Rabbi Benzion Klatzko

The power of Shabbos to heal and connect is inestimavle, Rabbi Klatzko maintains.

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Keeping Our Children Safe

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Frank Buchweitz: The Epitome Of Determination

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Afula: Everyone Accepted

Contrary to the anti-religious sentiments expressed in the Israeli media, Afula residents embrace their new religious neighbors.

‘I Knew I Wanted To Help The Jewish People’: An Interview with Christians United...

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Rebbetzin Feige Twerski: ‘I Believe Very Strongly In The Power Of Women’

Home is Milwaukee where their congregation, Beth Jehudah, and community always await their return.

Mark Twain and Jewish Thought: Shared Perspectives

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A Portrait Of Greatness

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Responding To Anti-Semitism And Anti-Zionism: An Interview with Pundit Ben Cohen

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How to Keep Shmitta – From Outside Israel

As Shmitta approaches, JewishPress.com interviews the founder of an organization that has planted more fruit trees in Israel than any other.

‘A Silken Man, Made Of The Finest Fibers’: Remembering Rabbi Jack Simcha Cohen

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An Israel Love Story With a Twist

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