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Looking Out For New York State’s Non-Public School Students: An interview with the OU’s...

It’s a struggle year after year for our schools to hire and retain the quality teachers they need.

Was Israeli Filmmaker Interview Behind Trump’s Condemnation of ‘Last Night’s’ Terrorist Attack in… Sweden?

As thousands of his supporters were gathered to hear his "campaign speech" in Melbourne, Florida, on Saturday, President Donald Trump used the unusual event...

Taking Internet Technology To A Whole New Level: An Interview with Dr. Amy Neustein

Today, with health portals being used in so many medical offices and hospitals, this front-end cleanup of patient medical history may actually become a reality.

Vaccinations, Lost Diamonds, And Torture: An Interview with Noted Posek Rabbi J. David Bleich

Obligation is a strong word. There are many medical procedures that are life-saving in nature that are not obligatory if there’s even a small risk involved.

‘For A Jew To Remain In The Diaspora Is Like A Slap In God’s...

My family was very much involved with Eretz Yisrael. During the 1940s when the Underground was trying to throw out the British, my father was one of the heads of the Revisionists.

‘Truth Is Not A Political Position’: An Interview with ZOA National President Morton Klein

I didn’t want to run, but I campaigned as if I did because I don’t know any other way to do things except with my whole heart and soul.

Filtering Hollywood: An Interview with VidAngel CEO Neal Harmon

Most powerful people in Hollywood are the directors, and the directors have never liked others filtering their work. So the hands of the people inside the studio are tied.

Why Moving The U.S. Embassy To Jerusalem Is A Big Deal: An Interview with...

But moving the embassy alone will not guarantee the future of Jerusalem; there are imminent threats facing Jerusalem demographically, security-wise, and in other ways.

Defending The ‘Fourth Front’: An Interview with Israel’s UN Ambassador, Danny Danon

It can get exhausting sometimes when you sit in the Security Council for eight hours and one after another the other representatives get up and speak against us.

Defending The ‘Fourth Front’

An Exclusive Interview with Israel’s UN Ambassador, Danny Danon.

Harold Jacobs: A Life Of Service – An Interview with Paul Jacobs, Son of...

My great-great-grandparents were very upset that the Rebbe told them to go to treifa America.

The History Of A Miraculous Country: An Interview with Author Daniel Gordis

People who start the history in 1948 encounter a country that is fundamentally in conflict and are not exposed at all to the yearnings of the Jewish people to restore themselves to their ancestral homeland.

Early Jewish New York: Poets, Anarchists, And Unspeakable Crowding: An Interview with Historian Tyler...

The biggest terrorist attack in the United States before the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing was an anarchist bombing of Wall Street by Italian anarchists in 1920, in which dozens of people were killed.

The Rise And Fall Of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood: An Interview with Author Eric Trager

The important point here is that the Muslim Brotherhood is the only organization of this kind in Egypt.

Eisenhower And Nasser: The Alliance That Wasn’t: An Interview with Former White House Adviser...

What’s striking is there’s a pattern that repeats itself over and over again of believing that if the United States distances itself from Israel, it’s going to get some kind of strategic benefit.

Kastner: Holocaust Hero Or Nazi Collaborator? – An Interview with Author Paul Bogdanor

Although six decades have since passed, the Kastner Affair remains highly controversial.

Exclusive Interview: Hillary Clinton On Israel, Iraq And Terror [archive]

[2006] On the eve of her expected reelection victory, New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton met with the The Jewish Press.

Vichna Kaplan: America’s Bais Yaakov Pioneer: An Interview with Rebbetzin Danielle Leibowitz

There were all kinds – litvish, chassidish, the daughters of roshei yeshiva and girls who weren’t even shomer Shabbos. Rebbetzin Kaplan took them all in

Fighting Anti-Israel NGOs And BDS Activists: An Interview with Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked

On a governmental level, the present government has made it a priority to deal with the challenge posed by the BDS.

‘God Has Sent Us The Jew From Judah To Help Us’: An Interview with...

I couldn’t believe poverty was so bad that people had to lick the road just to get a little bit of food.

‘What America Can Learn from Israel’: An Interview with Author and Commentator Pete Hegseth

The facts on the ground and the truth of what actually happened can settle debates. It’s just a matter of affirming it.

Fighting Israel’s Battle Online An Interview with Influential Blogger: ‘Elder of Ziyon’

The question was: Would you support a two-state solution if it meant the conflict was completely over and no more claims could be made?

150,000 Jewish Books In 50 Languages: An Interview with Bibliophile Israel Mizrahi

The story of bookstores in the U.S. in general – not just Jewish bookstores – is a pretty bad one.

God, Evolution, And Darwin: An Interview with Molecular Biologist Douglas Axe

I’m not arguing against common ancestry or some form of descent with modification. What I’m saying is that accidental processes cannot possibly have invented these things.

‘At The End Of The Day, We Only Have Each Other’: An Interview with...

But my father had developed an interest in Judaism and felt it was disloyal to abandon the Jewish people in a time of danger, so he stayed in Israel.

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