Rabbi Moses Maimonides is our fundamental source for relating to Islam and Christianity, and his views are clear and occasionally unexpected.
My grandmother, Mrs. Irene Klass, passed away three years ago after a long and full life, Baruch Hashem. My grandmother paved the way for us, trying to make sure that we would have a path to follow on our own long journeys.
A core element of international law is the basic rule of nullum crimen sine poena, or “no crime without a punishment.”
While the Temple Mount evokes such strong Muslim emotions, it is no longer clear that it does the same for most Jews.
Whenever someone asked Kerry “what would the Israelis say?” Kerry said, “Stop listening to the Israelis.”
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