A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Steven Burg is managing director of the Orthodox Union.
About the Author: Rabbi Steven Burg is managing director of the Orthodox Union.
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Day schools can have boys and girls participate in the same online class but they don’t meet or interact in “real time.”
Jews so hostile to their own people they’ve spun out into the orbit of rabid anti-Israeli and pro-Islamic radicalism.
Rav Pam said we must realize that God has no pleasure from such negative speech.
NIF support for BDS groups, writes Black, also included acting as a “go between for other donors….
Brandeis, which had to have known about her record of criticism of Islam, pulled the honor after pressure from a Muslim advocacy group and a number of faculty members and students.
Wherever I was invited around the world, I always met with people and let them know that I wanted to hear great stories.
R. Hadaya strongly argues in favor of establishing a festive day in commemoration of the establishment of the state of Israel.
The Palestinian Authority has jailed more than 350 Arabs for “security” reasons in just 2014.
Since Torah is the great equalizer, the great reconciler of divergent but valid opinions, this is also the place where common ground is reached.
Some American Jews feel their community has been hijacked from within by groups waging war against Israel seemingly in the name of the Jewish people.
Jerusalem only seems important in the Islamic world when non-Muslims control or capture the city.
Jordan’s king is adding fuel to the fire on the Temple Mount, blaming Israel for violence by Muslim Arab rioters.
At Brandeis, much of what counts as Western civilization got cold feet and won’t stand with Hirsi Ali.
In the aftermath of the tragic shooting in Tucson, “civility” is the word on everyone’s lips. This is ironic when one considers that civility is nowhere to be found in anyone’s actions. Each partisan faction is charging the other with hatred and violence.
During the 2006 war in Lebanon, I attended a rally in New York. We were standing in front of the embassy of a particular Middle Eastern nation, peacefully assembled, listening to speakers address the issue of the day. A few people had Israeli flags, maybe a homemade sign here or there. We were passionate about Israel, but we certainly did not constitute what one would call a rowdy crowd.
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