I walked into his class thinking I knew how to write, and for our first essay he told us that two-run on sentences was grounds for immediate failure.
I actually originally wanted to become a conductor and studied classical piano and conducting at the Academy of Music of Tel Aviv.
She would notice when people needed, and what they needed, and she did everything she could to fill the void with energy absent in women half her age.
When it comes to Passover, however, making a product that is kosher for the holiday requires full-time rabbinical supervision.
Eden saves lives every single day.
"I thought it was totally normal and something everybody did."
A British baroness, TV show producer, MSG executive and Wall Street Journal reporter all talk about being Orthodox and successful.
Naddaf describes the current state of global terrorism as a case of history repeating itself through a new cast of characters.
That’s not the truth. Raoul Wallenberg’s heroic deed was the huge organization he managed to build to help Hungarian Jews.
Titled “The Ghost Warriors: Inside Israel’s Undercover War Against Suicide Terrorism” (Berkley Caliber), the book focuses on Yamas, the undercover unit of Israel’s National Police Border Guard.
The Jewish people is a community of readers held together by a text.
Rabbi Mordechai Millunchick has been looking for bones in Chicago’s museums since 2008.
The political atmosphere in Bavaria at this time was sympathetic to the direction Hitler was going, and his was just one of many far-right movements at the time.
The idea that the world should not have one world government but rather should be divided into nation states is a biblical idea.
Tenufa Bakehila's purpose is two-fold: provide safe and healthy living conditions & empower families
So the personality of the leader is really a moot question.
I consumed anything that came my way.
As mayor of Burlington, Vt., Bernie Sanders publicly inaugurated the Chabad-Lubavitch Public Menorah at Burlington's City Hall.
This was his true screen test and Azulai passed with flying colors.
“No Asylum,” which documents the tragic consequences of intolerance and racism, was the next step in Fouce’s fight against prejudice.