The admonition not to mistreat gerim in this week's parsha is not limited to converts. Anyone in any social situation can feel like a ger, it’s just the inevitability of social dynamics
The chasm between how the parties view Israel is clear: Democrats, at best, see moral equivalence between Israel and the PA; Republicans see Israel as a close and valued ally under unprecedented attack
Rabbi Riskin was surprised to learn that a peace plan he supported would make him a Palestinian citizen and thoroughly endanger the existence of the state of Israel.
Applying "intersectionality"—a pseudo-academic theory asserting all social justice movements are inexorably linked, anti-Israel activists have made opposition to Israel and support for BDS a litmus test
Again, this story has dominated the news for days and is doubtlessly known to a wide audience. Yet, for all its potentially serious import, it has still to be fully explored.
He and his family have been key to the remarkable renaissance the borough has enjoyed in recent years.
In any event, Mr. Pollard seems unable to persuade federal judges to override the dictates of our prosecutorial bureaucracy and cut him some slack.
Notwithstanding the media spin at the time, led by The New York Times, there were no two sides to the violence.
A minority within a minority: Jewish Blue-State professionals who plan to vote for Donald Trump. Can they make the difference?
In his later years he spoke out in favor of war crimes trials for the perpetrators of genocide in the former Yugoslavia, and he lent his name to the Holocaust study center and Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
Objective jurisprudential standards have come to be seen by the activist left on campus as tantamount to victim-blaming.
The violence in the multi-party proxy war in Syria seems to be getting worse. Nearly 500000 people have been killed with an average of 262 daily deaths
"The idea of bringing people back to Yiddishkeit was inside me from my childhood days."
Hillary Clinton can sleep well at night. She knows that no matter what she does, her defenders at the Department of Justice will shield her from harm.
Clinton told the FBI in an interview regarding her special server that it was Powell who suggested to her that she use this personal email account. Powell now denies it.
Though Pollard has finally been "sprung," he is still being punished-as a Jew. The system has taken away the thing that is dearest to him--his observance of the Jewish Sabbath.
Patients who have “barriers to care,” such as cultural or language differences or physical disabilities, are particularly interesting to Kilim.
Hamas's decision to participate in the upcoming local and municipal elections will further strengthen the movement and pave the way for it to extend its control from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank.
Despite my personal bias in favor of Former Defense Minister,Moshe “Bogy” Yaalon, I must confess that I have been disturbed, disappointed and, at times, even dismayed at some of his recent decisions
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