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Honoring our Parents: Can We Learn from China?

Many adults can now take up to 12 weeks off from work to care for an ill parent without losing their job, under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.

Roger Waters Open Letter Calls on Musicians to Boycott Israel

British rocker Roger Waters published an open letter calling on fellow musicians to join a boycott of Israel. “I write to you now, my brothers...

Trading In Maryland for the Mediterranean

It is not everyday that a young man from Potomac, Maryland travels for tens of thousands of miles to join the Israel Navy.

A Woman of Courage and Strength

When a doctor told her there was no hope... she decided not to listen.

When Good Children Go OTD

I know families with an OTD child that are very right wing, moderate Charedi, and right wing Modern Orthodox.

Meet a 19-Year-Old Explosives Expert

She teaches all things explosive: from how to handle the explosives themselves to utilizing them in operations, such as gaining access to buildings.

If He Is Released, I Will No Longer Be Able to Live

With your decision to release the murderer you spit on the graves of my mother and my brother.

A Worried Wife And Mother

Rebbetzin, I have seen families where cousins, aunts and uncles are not even invited to one another’s weddings.

Yishai and Walid Schmoozing

Our Radio guy Yishai Fleisher is joined by Walid Shantur, an Arab American hailing from a village near Ramallah whom Yishai had met in Ithaca, NY.

Zechut Avot : An Eternal Birthright

The first time was many years ago. I had just concluded explanations about Yeshivat Knesset Yisrael” which arrived in Hebron from Slobodka, in Lithuania...

Overspending

Often one spouse accuses the other of being an over-spender. But what exactly is “overspending”? This definition changes from family to family; for one,...

Promise of Murderers Release Secures Monday ‘Peace Talks’ in DC

The negotiations announcement came after Israel promised to release 104 Palestinian prisoners with Jewish blood on their hands.

What Can Happen on a School Trip?

Scrambled air force jets shooting down a drone, an Arab attacking them with rocks are not the usual concerns with sending your children on a school trip.

Murder by Rock Throwing is Still Murder

A sentence has not been pronounced yet, but the murderer of Asher Palmer and his infant son Yonathan faces the possibility of a life sentence.

The Noise that Drowns Out all Peace

When all the ribbetting is silenced, we begin to hear an old, familiar tune: the melodious song of our own souls.

The Close-Knit Communities of Judea and Samaria

Community is one of the factors that has brought many people, including Olim, to come to live in the small towns of Judea and Samaria.

From a Soldier’s Mother to a Martyr’s Mother

Mariam wanted her sons to die a glorious Jihad death, taking as many innocent lives as possible with him. If there was one thing Mariam was not, it was a mother.

Can a Therapist Destroy a Marriage?

Individual therapy can be very helpful as long as the therapist does not turn his or her client against the spouse without hearing their side of it.

Desperately Craving Normal

There are so many things that aren't normal about life here. Having a pile of gas masks in a corner of the room, for example, isn't normal.

US President Barack Obama Issues a Statement for Hanukkah

Michelle and I send our warmest wishes to all those celebrating Hanukkah around the world.

Rama Burshtein: A Window Into Her World

“Fill the Void” is the title of Rama Burshtein’s film that played to critical acclaim at the recent Toronto International Film Festival and earned seven Ophir Awards -- the Israeli Oscars -- including one for best film and best director, and has become Israel’s entry into the 2012 Oscars' foreign language category.

The Story Of Chanukah: ‘I Think I Can’

Chanukah is just about upon us and Jews across the planet are looking forward to family gatherings, delicious food (you can’t feel too guilty eating oily latkes and high carb donuts on the chag – hey, it’s practically a mitzvah to do so); giving and receiving gifts and in general celebrating our survival – our spiritual continuance as God-fearing Jews. (Our physical survival is an event we acknowledge on Purim.)

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