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MK Eichler: If I Didn’t Trust God, I’d Have Fled Israel Long Ago

"Do we even want a Haredi state? We're yet to manage the Jewish State, God save us from a Haredi state..."

Sylva Zalmanson: From Soviet Prisoner Of Zion To Accomplished Israeli Artist

"I wish I could go back in time and whisper in my parents' ears, "Don't worry, it will be all right."

“Back”ing A Community

To date, Mr. Kaplan has raised a whopping $32,117 over a period of eight and a quarter years and has given back rubs to 227 participants and supporters.

A Giant In Torah And Education

Rav Copperman played a singular role in my daughter's process of building her own relationship with Hakadosh Baruch Hu.

‘If I’m President, We’ll Stand Unapologetically Alongside Israel’: An Interview with Senator Ted Cruz

When Secretary of State John Kerry used the words “apartheid” and “Israel” in the same sentence, Cruz didn’t hesitate to publicly defend the Jewish state.

On The Bookshelf

I was an avid reader and a regular patron of Baltimore's main library.

Mommy

In honor of my dear mother, who escaped the Holocaust to Palestine, I read it at her funeral today.

‘The Rabbi Without Walls’

"I'm not trying to build another congregation. I'm simply helping people find the niche that's right for them."

‘Jewish Music Should Bring You Closer To Hashem’: An Interview with Legendary Composer Abie...

When you write an English song, though, you’re really thinking of a theme or a message and the song almost becomes secondary.

On The Bookshelf

I would suggest they read about Jewish history.

Book Reveals New Info On FDR And Stephen Wise: An Interview with Historian Rafael...

At one point, Jewish leaders warned Bergson that a particular newspaper ad he was planning was so strongly worded that it might cause pogroms.

‘Fraternity of Silence’

In the year 2006, the university that had failed me proudly celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Jewish studies program.

The Mitzvot of Albert Mammon

What's the worst that could happen - a shidduch?

Inside The Entebbe Rescue Mission – 40 Years Later: An Interview With Military Historian...

Probably the biggest mistake the terrorists made was to release some of the hostages, because when they got back to France they were debriefed by Mossad operatives.

Vilna: A Mother City in Israel (Part I)

He held no public office. Indeed, he rarely left his room. Yet the Vilna Gaon, remains one of modern Jewry's most influential figures.

On The Bookshelf

The very first Jewish author I ever came across was Sadie Weilerstein.

Fear And Loathing On The American University Campus: An Interview with Author and Activist...

The main source of anti-Semitism in this country is the left and its Muslim allies.

Dr. Seuss: An Adult Perspective

It occurred to me that there could be wisdom in a Dr. Seuss book.

Elucidating The U.S.-Israel Relationship: An Interview with Veteran Diplomat and Foreign Policy Adviser Dennis...

But I think the turning point was really Reagan. Since that time, I don’t think you find this anti-Semitic undertone.

That Moment

I decided I needed to do something to give back.

’In Case Of Moshiach Break Glass’

“Anshie,” says Moully, “is willing to push the envelope by taking an age-old concept and making it contemporary."

‘Generation To Generation, It’s Our Musical Mesorah’: An Interview with Cantor Bernard Beer

What do you mean by “don’t know how to daven”? Ninety-nine percent of the people don’t know the melodies. They don’t know how to set the text together.

Israel’s Top Archaeological Sites: The City of David

A fascinating mixture of history & adventure, explore The City of David on your next Jerusalem visit

A Page From His Book

Rav Yisrael Meir hoped to breathe some religious life into the spiritually-bereft settlement.

Shmittah, Social Justice And Ayelet Shaked

The small and intimate event felt more like a living room meeting than a lecture by a top foreign leader.

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