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‘Do You Know Your Parents Are Heroes?’ The Story Behind ‘Operation Wedding’

The film dramatically documents the outcry in Europe, the United States, and Israel, with twenty-four governments and the Vatican intervening on behalf of the defendants, demanding their freedom.

The Story Of Chanukah (Continued from last week)

Yehudis understood that her only hope lay in her willingness to risk her very life.

Shiloh Musings: Chanukah, The Real Story, Then and Now

Hopefully,Netanyahu has gotten sufficiently angry and disgusted to recognize that his trying to be a reasonable "Centrist" isn't working. We need a zealot who only tries to please G-d. A Maccabee.

The Story Of Chanukah (continued from last week)

Many long hours were spent carefully planning for the Greek attack. Finally, all that could be done was done and the city waited tensely for the Greek hordes to come.

The Story Of Chanukah

In the end, the kingdom was divided into three main parts and the tiny kingdom of Judea fell to the Syrian-Greeks.

Every Picture Tells a Story: No Christians Targeted

The NY Times coverage of world affairs follows a familiar pattern: Christians and Jews do suffer, but hardly as much as Muslims and people of color, and their reporting reflects this view.

The Inside Story Of Hebron

The Land of Israel is ours by divine bequest; we need only claim our heritage.

Arab Youth Admits He Made Up Attack Story

The young man will be prosecuted for providing false information to police.

The Story Of Avraham

Realizing the grave danger they were in, Terach asked the king for three days time to discuss the matter with his wife and family.

A Cantor Rockoff Story I’ll Never Forget

A tribute to Kesher Israel (KI) Congregation’s beloved Cantor Seymour Rockoff on the occasion of his first yahrzeit

Shiloh Musings: A Six Days War IDF Soldier Tells his Story

Israel had inferior weaponry, since the best suppliers-America and Russia-boycotted our country. The 1967 Six Day War was a miracle of Biblical proportions.

Here’s a Holocaust Story with a Happy Ending

Dina Gold's "Stolen Legacy" is the story of one woman's victory against the Nazis, albeit 60 years later.

Can One Be a Shomer Torah u’Mitzvos and Accept Bible Criticism?

Historians currently assume the Bible was written between 720 BCE and 587 BCE, between the destruction of the Northern Kingdom and the destruction of Jerusalem.

The Collective Jew

Three incidents have once again reinforced what I have known all my life.

It’s Official: You Can Be a Non-Jewish Rabbi

How the reform movement has reached the ultimate diversity.

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.

New Republic Article on Feminism from Zion Is All About the Stakes

The article argues that while naturally aligned with their fellow orthodox Jews, women from the modern orthodox community in Israel are finding themselves aligned with secular feminists.

Infidel

Hirsi Ali was handed the microphone and, 16 months later, her words remain imprinted on my brain: "Even if you give them Jerusalem, there will be no peace."

How to Give

These stories all have to do with the mitzvah of tzedakah whose source is in this week’s parshah.

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.

From the NFL to Judaism and Israel

Yishai and Malkah introduce Yosef and Emuna Murray, recent converts visiting Jerusalem. The Murrays present their story and how they came to embrace Judaism.

A Lie Once Told…

The picture isn't from Gaza. The blood wasn't from his brother. The Israelis weren't involved.

Times Square Screening of New Documentary on Theresienstadt

The premier screening of the new documentary, “The Resort,” hosted by the World Forum of Russian Jewry (WFRJ) took place Wednesday evening, November 28,...

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