An issue of grave concern, Debbie shares, is the rising rate of abuse between older and younger children.
"When Frank does something he does it well and you don't have to worry about dotting the i's or crossing the t's."
Contrary to the anti-religious sentiments expressed in the Israeli media, Afula residents embrace their new religious neighbors.
Everything we did in my home [depended on] whether it was okay with the Bible.
Home is Milwaukee where their congregation, Beth Jehudah, and community always await their return.
Twain grasped amazingly well the pulse of the Jewish people.
The Rebbetzin began campaigning to increase public awareness of the importance of saying Amen.
If you remember, in 2006, a Jewish kid in Paris, Ilan Halimi, was abducted, beaten, and held hostage for three weeks... These are the kinds of people attending these Gaza solidarity rallies.
As Shmitta approaches, JewishPress.com interviews the founder of an organization that has planted more fruit trees in Israel than any other.
“My father added that after all the pogroms, after the Holocaust, a member of the family had finally returned to the shul, proving once again that the indomitable spirit of the Jewish people can never be vanquished.”
"Fields of Exile" provides a glimpse into the horrors of academic anti-Israelism, experienced by one firmly rooted in the left.
King Solomon said it long ago: “Cast your bread upon the waters” because you don’t know when you’ll hit something. Our job is to do.
"I did all the things a rebbetzin should do."
He has always supported the underdog, once even quite literally, legislating a law that prohibits the abandonment of pets.
Temech is about providing a community – a place where religious women can learn, collaborate and refresh themselves with like-minded people.
A woman who knows that her family is financially stable is a happy, relaxed mother.
Formerly an attorney at the prestigious law firm Proskauer Rose for 40 years – six of those years as its chairman – Fagin holds degrees from both Columbia and Harvard Universities. He retired in 2013 to devote more time to the Jewish community.
Few of the volunteers were experienced sailors, (Greenfield had been in the Merchant Marine). Few were Zionists.
The fact that you’re tired doesn’t free you from obligations.
The message is that Zionism, which used to be great, is today very institutionalized and [consists of a] bunch of people who are just squabbling over titles and budgets.