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The prime minister spoke of an "historic opportunity" to advance peace together with Arab nations in the region.
Specht was a 9/11 first respondent and later collaborated with Comedy Central's Jon Stewart to promote the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett turns out to be a man much in demand: party members in both the Likud and in his own party enjoy his presence.
Foolish American Jewish Leaders who trifle with Trump
The Hudson Institute honored PM Netanyahu for his achievements and leadership of the State of Israel.
I steeled myself because I knew the family leaned to the left politically.But from start to finish, the victim's son, Micah, spoke straight. I agreed with everything he said-politically and otherwise
MK Avigdor Liberman rocked the political establishment by agreeing to become the defense minister.
Because of the "5% hurdle," Germany's new coalition will tilt be to the left, while voters clearly wanted Germany to turn to the right.
In the face of an unprecedented wave of violence directed against Coptic Christians amid the turmoil in Egypt that has left hundred’s dead, the...
More than 200 Grassroots Community Leaders Endorse Former Community Board 1 Chair and Downtown Leader.
On its 100th year, the Anti-Defamation League is recognizing Lavine's immense civic leadership and influence to affect positive change in our community. Their press release...
Deri tried to prevent or suspend the appointment of a senior figure in Shas.
The theme of my column is leadership. As a general rule I avoid extrapolating leadership lessons from current events. The following is my reasoning. First, the information available from current events is often incomplete and inaccurate. Even when the information is relatively complete and accurate it is unanalyzed. Therefore the basis for lessons learned may prove to be faulty. Second, current events are often too current. To attempt to draw practical lessons in a dispassionate way would be insensitive.
As the dust settles and the fog lifts from this tumultuous year of political campaigning, we are left to wonder how our country will evolve. Will the economy bounce back? Will our schools make progress? And how about U.S. relations with Israel? Will they grow weaker or stronger? Will the administration support an Israeli strike on Iran?
One of the hottest topics across all spectrums in the Jewish community is the financial sustainability of Jewish day school education in America. Schools have invested a lot of time and resources to train their professionals in the art of fundraising, developing donor relationships, and launching effective capital campaigns. And there has been a concerted effort among Jewish educational organizations to establish programs to assist day schools in improving their governance and developmental practices.