Morocco, Italy, & Beyond: The Vision of the Lubavitcher Rebbe – On His 25th...

Year the first shliach went out: 1950 – to Casablanca, Morocco. Year the last shliach went out: 2019. Two recent ones went to Purdue University and Takayama, Japan.

Making Men Out Of Boys: An Interview with Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim

Our job is to take groups of these largely undisciplined, apathetic, know-it-all kids and turn them into miniature versions of Yehoshua Bin Nun and Yehuda HaMaccabee.

On My Own… But Not Alone: An Interview With Author Ahava Ehrenpreis

I realized how many women in my shoes craved both validation and guidance.

JOWMA: Supporting A Dream

Dr. Knoll hopes that JOWMA will serve as an unprecedented avenue for Torah-observant female physicians to bring their expertise into the community.

Should We Leave America? An Interview with Activist Shifra Hoffman

A Holocaust doesn’t just happen one, two, three. A Holocaust doesn’t begin with Auschwitz. It ends there!

The Road From Yiddish To Politics

I find Judaism to be such an amazing sustaining force: it brings me great joy.

Should We Fear A Halachic State? An Interview with Professor Nahum Rakover

The Israeli Supreme Court has said it's forbidden to torture the terrorist to learn details of the planned attack. According to Jewish law, though, torturing the terror-gang member is permitted to save the lives of other people.

A Heroic And Righteous Couple: Eberhard and Donata Helmrich

Donata, like Eberhard, viewed the Nazis as “a failure of human decency.” Equally despising their heartlessness, she took the risk of defying them to save Jewish lives.

Using Spiritual Tools To Help Singles

Hundreds of people have gotten to the chuppah directly or indirectly through the group.

Popular Rabbi: The Shin Bet Deems Me More Dangerous Than Terrorists: An Interview with...

What does it profit the world if a rabbi works on himself in the confines of his home until he becomes a great tzaddik and turns into an angel while the rest of mankind turns into beasts?

Elections Again? What For? An Interview with Otzma Yehudit’s Baruch Marzel

Polls are fake. According to the polls, Feiglin and Bennett were supposed to win the sweepstakes in the last elections, but they were left with their mouths wide open.

Keeping (Factories) Kosher In China – And Around The Globe: An Interview of Rabbi...

The factory owners said that it was dried crab. My translator, not knowing that I understand what he is saying, started to explain to them that their answer is not good and they must find a better answer, so they said seaweed.

From Upstream to Mainstream: The Story of New York’s Bukharian Jewish Community

Although Jews of the former Soviet republics of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan may have had differing cultures in previous centuries, they are currently referred to as Bukharian Jews.

‘It’s All for the Jewish People:’ Four Decades of the Jeff Seidel Story

The Shabbat meals he’s arranged over the years while meeting wandering Jews in Jerusalem have given countless young adults their first taste of a traditional Shabbat, and often, an enduring appreciation of Judaism.

I Converted To Judaism Because Of Herman Wouk

The more I wrestled with the temptations of the world, the more the hole inside me grew, as well as the hunger to fill it with something meaningful.

The Rabbi Who Got A 10-Year Reading List From Herman Wouk

I said, ‘I made the trip; would you be so kind as to at least read through it, to see if it’s of any value at all. He said, ‘That I’ll do.’

Mind Games

He has stunned audiences all over the world with his spellbinding show.

MK Moti Yogev: Only Loyalty To Torah Will Lead To Peace

As an army commander and military analyst, it is clear to me that we will eventually have to conquer the Gaza Strip, eliminate the heads of the terror organizations ensconced there, and destroy all their infrastructure.

Eastern Europe: Pro-Israel, But Not Pro-Jewish? – An Interview with Professor David Fishman

Of the 40 people involved in the operation – 20 intellectuals, and 20 technical workers – 33 perished and seven survived.

The Tenth Annual Swim4Sadna Kinneret Swimathon for Women: Surpassing All Expectations

Personal Empowerment, Inclusion for All and Giving to Society--Surpassing expectations

To Reflect And Remember: In Memory Of Rabbi Hillel Lieberman Hy’d

Why was someone so beautiful and so giving taken away with such swiftness and pain?

How Important Is Making Aliyah?

Did the Master of the World bring us out of Egypt to live in Honolulu or Brooklyn?

Israel: The Beginning Of The Redemption? An Interview with HaRav Shmuel Eliyahu

The Talmud states...that the surest sign that the exile is ending is the trees of Eretz Yisrael bringing forth their fruits in abundnance: "Rabbi Aba stated, 'There is no greater revealed end of the exile than this.'"

Indonesia: A Relatively Safe Haven For 3,000 Jews

From the moment a Japanese or Indonesian soldier was spotted by us, we had to bow very low and avoid eye contact; otherwise we would be severely punished.

Free Speech On Campus? Think Again

When you look at Jewish civilization, it seems to me that it is the most superior civilization that has ever existed.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine: ‘We Look Forward’ to Being Part of ‘Beresheet 2’

“This administration has been a very strong supporter of Israel, and they’ve been supportive of our efforts to collaborate with Israel off-space exploration, so it’s been a productive relationship.”

Pyrrhic Victory

I felt a mission to tell the story of Salonika's Jews so it would be known and remembered.

Arielle’s Unusual Bat Mitzvah Project

Through my research, I not only discovered my history, but also what it means to be a Jew.

Losing 10 Brothers, Writing A Haggadah From Memory…

He said that in the Death March toward the end of the war, he drank his urine, again and again, to survive.


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