Marceau suggested a dark reason for his wordless art: "The people who came back from the [concentration] camps were never able to talk about it…. My name is Mangel. I am Jewish. Perhaps that, unconsciously, contributed towards my choice of silence."
Anna Henriques, who hopes to one day head back to Jamaica, says, “Rabbi Raskin must be willing to respect what exists in Jamaica. The way to the future is to gently bring in the traditions of the past and at the same time embrace the idiosyncrasies of the Jamaican people.”
It may be that seeking to connect with the past is rooted in the impermanence and impersonality of modern life.
Everyone in the kehilla can get involved, she added, and mothers can network with each other.
On her first ever trip to Israel last week, popular radio talk-show personality and clinical psychologist Dr. Joy Browne, whose spirited broadcasts regularly attract...
For those who couldn’t go off base, a personal parcel was priceless in its ability to convey a feeling of home.
With the danger of being discovered always a possibility, the partisans not only moved around in the forest, but also eliminated any collaborators.
Many properly cite Innocents as evidence that the Arab presence in Eretz Yisrael was so inconsequential before the arrival of the Zionist pioneers as to defeat any modern Arab claim to the land.
For the Jewish community, the influx of so many world-class musicians provided a tremendous cultural stimulus and generated great pride.
"Spot On,” our semi-regular feature on off-the-beaten-track places in Israel, takes us to the Golan
"One minute I sing a song and they go back in time to their youth."
Birobidzhan railway station sign is the world's only one spelling the town's name in Yiddish letters
Mordechai and his men shared a strong mutual loyalty.
“Can I wear tefillin in the bathroom?” That was the question US Private Nuchim Lebensohn wrote to Mike Tress, president of the Agudath Israel...
The nations of the world left the vessel to sit rotting in the water during one of the coldest winters in decades and with its starving and freezing passengers abandoned.
If the people lacked for material things, the Pale was spiritually rich.
An avid and unapologetic eugenicist, Shaw suggested that the Nazis “make it punishable incest for a Jew to marry anyone but an Aryan.”
After camping out in tents for a year, the Maoz family needed some time out.
“Like other collaborative members, we embarked on this journey as an opportunity to build on New York leadership’s long commitment to expand and diversify opportunities for Jewish teen engagement,” says Melanie Schneider, senior planning executive with UJA-Federation of New York’s Commission on Jewish Identity and Renewal
Several thousand Eastern European Jews had escaped Nazi death and Soviet persecution by fleeing to Shanghai, China.