After reaching the pinnacle of the American medical profession by the age of 30, Glick packed it all up for the opportunity to build the Jewish state. Ahead of his latest award ceremony, Glick sat with The Jewish Press to talk about Israel, medicine and everything in between
He began illegally "listening in" on the ambulance's bandwidths with police scanners, hoping to be able to respond more quickly to distress calls that were nearby.
Reb Meir's life's directive was simply to serve G-d, to be an Eved Hashem. Ahavas Hashem, love of G-d, and Ahavas Yisroel, love for his fellow Jews, were central to this goal.
Our father's deep attachment to His Creator and his dedication to his fellow Jew made our childhood a powerful education.
Each one of us can and should contribute to the community.
We continue to live by the mantra that the G-d who split the sea, enabling 600,000 Jews to escape the shackles of the slavery, can most certainly opt to spare the life of a single terminally ill 3-year-old child, if He so desires.
When Cantor Glick is not on stage performing with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra or singing before international audiences, he is on lifesaving his ambucycle responding to emergency calls in Israel.
Wherever I was invited around the world, I always met with people and let them know that I wanted to hear great stories.
When the state was established, gedolim went to Ben-Gurion and asked him not to draft women and, later, yeshiva bachrim.
Providing New York-area hockey fans with a bird’s-eye view and expert analysis is what Fischler, 81, has done on broadcasts of Islanders, Rangers and Devils games. He's had a love affair with the sport since he was introduced to it quite by accident as a 7-year-old growing up in Brooklyn.
Realizing they shared a business and social vision, Moed and Samara resolved to combine forces and offer unique tourism programs for travelers visiting the Holy Land.
With the new baseball season underway, The Jewish Press chatted with Zalta in his Flatbush home about some of his other memories.
"Sometimes the voice of the narrator is the only human voice I hear during the day."
Rabbi Hammer recently spoke with The Jewish Press about his new book, Derash Yehonatan: Around the Year with Rav Yehonatan Eybeshitz (Koren), and his work in teaching Torah to secular Israelis.
“Here I was, dressed as a clown with a red rubber nose, and I had to go out with my M16 for a security check,” Singer says. “That was truly a bizarre experience.”
What do at-risk youth and more than 30,000 square feet of groceries have in common? The answer is Moisha Binik.
Ambassador Dermer's thoughts on what is ahead in the coming years between Israel and the USA.
There’s also the issue of accusing the Jews of being excessively materialistic and exploitative of non-Jews. You see a lot of that in far-left propaganda – that the Jews are overwhelmingly concentrated in the petty bourgeoisie, which in itself is an archaic class form, and thrives on tricking people and squeezing money out of them through illicit methods of trade.
She wrote about everything in a woman's world, from kids to husbands, and feelings including pain and grief. Writing her book, at least in my opinion, was an incredibly brave statement, one that exposed a truth that must be told.
He didn’t start the fire either, but Solomon’s parodies and adaptations have been igniting the Jewish spark in hundreds of thousands of Jews worldwide.
Recently dubbed “the greatest living figure of chassidic music” by NPR, Shenker still composes several new pieces every year. He is currently recording an album of some of his Haggadah compositions, which he hopes will be out before Pesach.
Thousands of women and girls who have heard Rachel Factor's story have been inspired.
Schanzer, who holds a doctorate from King’s College London, is currently vice president of research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and has testified before Congress on Middle East affairs on several occasions.
The universities and the local progressive culture make Pacific Northwest a hotbed of Israel hatred.
We want to hire couples who are going to reach out to singles to become their spiritual leaders and introduce them to someone of the opposite gender because there’s a lot of casual relationships but not nearly enough serious dating going on. This generation – even if they had rebbeim in yeshiva or seminary – they’re not connected anymore. There isn’t really anyone looking out for them at this point.