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What We Can Learn from Kit Kat

The religious world needs to fight back constructively.

No More Lies, Sec. Kerry, There Is No ‘Existential Threat to Israel’

No danger of the Jews becoming a minority in the combined area of Judea, Samaria and the pre-1967 Israel.

We’re ‘Freiers’ and Proud of It

Having made aliyah from Canada last August, I’m one of the newest Israelis, but this week, I’m also one of the proudest.

Yaalon’s Unwelcome Peace Process Truths

No matter how wrong Israel’s leaders may think their American counterparts are, little good comes from public spats.

Countering Illegal Boycotts of Israel

Boycotts were instituted immediately after the 1948 establishment of Israel in hopes of starving it.

Was Walt Disney Really an Antisemite?

Meryl Streep condemned Disney for associating with extremists while doing the very same thing.

More Binds than Divides Us

The first month of 2014 has brought an intense high and a profound low.

The Case for Teaching Digital Citizenship

The degree of connectivity we have with each other is unparalleled.

Torah Study Anticipated Amazon’s Anticipatory Shipping Headlines

It would make sense that an article about anticipation was itself anticipated!

Drip Drip Drippin’ on Heaven’s Door

Emunah - coping with a child's cancer.

My Jewish Life So Far

Pirkei Avot teaches: 'who is wise? One who learns from all people.'

Q&A: Playing ‘Hard to Get’

When a person plays hard to get, the dynamic of the foundation that they are creating is that of acquisition.

Worshiping at the Altar of Peace

The post WW II era ushered in many new forms of idolatry, but none compares to the Idolatry of Peace.

Seventeen Years after Israel Gave Hebron to Arafat

Seventeen years ago today, the ‘Hebron Accords were implemented.

Religious Women Should Consider the Draft – They Aren’t So Fragile

Despite what some rabbis would tell you, there is no halachic law against women serving in the army.

What Is and Isn’t Wrong with Prayer

There is a dichotomy between personal, private prayer and public communal prayer.

Remembering Aaron Swartz One Year Later

I’d like to share my own recent account of what I think it means to be an "open source idealist."

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