Pirkei D’Rabbi Eliezer writes, before Messiah terror will come from Ishmael, widely identified Islam
France allowed Islamists to flourish despite their loyalty to Islamic sharia law not French values
The tenderest description of the husband/wife relationship is "re’im v’ahuvim/loving, kind friends"
More than beauty, money or anything else it's simchas hachaim creating a stunning shidduch candidate
“Surely,” my family insisted, “there must be someone suitable for you. You can’t be so picky."
Shouldn’t we Jews, having experienced the barbarism of many societies, speak support the NYPD?
They stammer “I'm not Orthodox,” as if that absolves them from the responsibility of calling to G-d
Those who reject our beliefs know in their souls Jewish power stems from our faith and our prayers.
These stricken families of Har Nof, even with their wounds so raw, refuse to abandon Yerushalayim.
Let us commit to heartfelt prayer, Torah, chesed, and joyous celebration of the 3rd meal of Shabbos
Prayer is our language: Hakol kol Yaakov – the voice is the voice of Jacob – the voice of prayer.
It is said, at the end of days before the coming of Mosiach, warfare will take place in our streets
When art and evil are intermingled, evil is elevated and made acceptable.
In BB, he said “You, my children are the angels of Shabbos and the licht are your beautiful eyes.”
Why does Hebrew refer to mothers-in-law as "sunshine" when society often calls them the opposite?
Boundaries must be set in every home. Parents and children are not pals. They are not equals.
I'm grateful to Hashem for everything; Just the same, I'd love a joyous Yom Tov without aggravation.
“We offer you our children, Hashem” responded Am Yisrael. “They will be our surety.”
The call of the shofar is eternal. It is not musical. Its magnetic allurement cannot be explained.
We recently marked the thirteenth anniversary of 9/11 – that terrible day when the symbols of man’s power and achievement crumbled before our eyes...
One of the cornerstones of our Jewish life is chesed, kindness. Chesed can only be taught by example
e are in a time of serious crisis and must go beyond our present levels of chesed.
“There is nothing new under the sun” is as valid today as it was yesterday.
The time immediately preceding Mashiach's arrival is likened to the birth pangs of a woman in labor.
If we regard pain and suffering as mere coincidence, we will feel no motivation to examine our lives