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On The Bookshelf

​I sense more and more people with strong Torah background who are bothered by questions of the mission of the Jew and the Torah's relationship to the larger world.

Miles And Miles Of Smiles: An interview with author Gitty Stolik

Humor should not be used to make fun of people. We have to laugh with people, not against them.

Landing On A Different Planet

Total strangers from all over the world opened their hearts and pocketbooks.

Converted Masters; World Famous Masterpieces With a Jewish Twist

Beneath the humor and fun is the depth of emotion oand expression that this artist brings to each canvas.

Rescuing My Family From Yemen

As a Jew in Yemen, you live in your own little bubble and don't associate with the world around you.

Fighting For Israel’s Legal Rights: An interview with ZOA Israel Director Jeff Daube

The Trump administration is waiting to hear our suggestions. They are looking to us to be proactive and speak out about what we would like.

The Artist Who Moves With The Times

Harel specializes in oil paints, etching, wood-cut, silk-print and lithography. He also specializes in details that surprise.

Trump, Radical Islam, And U.S.-Israel Relations: An Interview with Gregg Roman, director of the...

I think the rollout of Trump’s first executive order on immigration was amateur. But the spirit of the order was correct.

The Book You Must Read

How do you capture the essence of a larger-than-life person?

‘The Only Freedom We Have Is In The Torah’: An interview with longtime educator...

My mother told us when we were growing up that we have to be like Yosef in Mitzrayim. Being Jewish and living a Jewish life was fundamental.

Emunah, Omanah And Omanut: Faith, Fostering And Art

I had no idea what Down syndrome is and I was happy that I'd have a little sister.

On the Bookshelf

I was blessed with a mother who was an avid reader, and she set a magnificent example of love of reading and love of learning.

Looking Out For New York State’s Non-Public School Students: An interview with the OU’s...

It’s a struggle year after year for our schools to hire and retain the quality teachers they need.

Taking Internet Technology To A Whole New Level: An Interview with Dr. Amy Neustein

Today, with health portals being used in so many medical offices and hospitals, this front-end cleanup of patient medical history may actually become a reality.

Princess Alice Of Greece: Mother of Prince Philip and Mother-In-Law of Queen Elizabeth

The Greek royal family had been well acquainted with the family of Haimaki Cohen, a Jewish former member of Parliament, from northern Greece.

Vaccinations, Lost Diamonds, And Torture: An Interview with Noted Posek Rabbi J. David Bleich

Obligation is a strong word. There are many medical procedures that are life-saving in nature that are not obligatory if there’s even a small risk involved.

‘For A Jew To Remain In The Diaspora Is Like A Slap In God’s...

My family was very much involved with Eretz Yisrael. During the 1940s when the Underground was trying to throw out the British, my father was one of the heads of the Revisionists.

Giving Female Prisoners A Second Chance

A human being is defined by his ability to choose. When you're in jail, choice is taken away from you.

The Very Busy Life Of Michael Wildes: Lawyer, Hatzolah member, and counsel to Melania...

When questions were raised during the presidential campaign about whether Melania Trump had violated immigration law when she first came to the United States from Slovenia, the Trumps turned to Wildes, despite their political differences.

‘Truth Is Not A Political Position’: An Interview with ZOA National President Morton Klein

I didn’t want to run, but I campaigned as if I did because I don’t know any other way to do things except with my whole heart and soul.

Leah Kaufman Tells The World

She witnessed the death of her entire family one by one. And so much more.

Filtering Hollywood: An Interview with VidAngel CEO Neal Harmon

Most powerful people in Hollywood are the directors, and the directors have never liked others filtering their work. So the hands of the people inside the studio are tied.

On The Bookshelf

Since age eight or nine, I have read non-fiction almost exclusively, beginning with presidential biographies.

Why Moving The U.S. Embassy To Jerusalem Is A Big Deal: An Interview with...

But moving the embassy alone will not guarantee the future of Jerusalem; there are imminent threats facing Jerusalem demographically, security-wise, and in other ways.

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