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Princess Alice Of Greece: Mother of Prince Philip and Mother-In-Law of Queen Elizabeth

The Greek royal family had been well acquainted with the family of Haimaki Cohen, a Jewish former member of Parliament, from northern Greece.

Widen The Derech

It’s not about troubled youth, but any youth that may face troubles. Look at trouble not as an adjective but as a verb. The core issue of such youth is the feeling of loneliness.

Teaching Secular Israelis About Judaism: An Interview with Rabbi Shalom Hammer

Rabbi Hammer recently spoke with The Jewish Press about his new book, Derash Yehonatan: Around the Year with Rav Yehonatan Eybeshitz (Koren), and his work in teaching Torah to secular Israelis.

A Small Giant… Esther Bluthal

She was a very small woman physically, but she was a giant in Mitzvot and chesed.

Beating The Boycott

We go out and strengthen those who want to hear us. We give them tools and information.

How Can Home Repair Empower Needy Families?

Tenufa Bakehila's purpose is two-fold: provide safe and healthy living conditions & empower families

New Tourism Initiative Brings Another Face to the Holy Land

Realizing they shared a business and social vision, Moed and Samara resolved to combine forces and offer unique tourism programs for travelers visiting the Holy Land.

A Moment Of Divine Clarity

Women are going to bring Moshiach. There are things I have to do. Times are changing and I must do it!

The U.S. Army’s Secret WWII Weapon: German Jews – An Interview with Author Bruce...

You want the prisoner to think, "These guys already know a lot about our forces, so what harm is there in me telling them a little bit more?"

‘Golda Meir Could See Right To The Heart Of An Issue’: An Interview with...

People thought of her as this soft America girl. So she worked harder than anybody on the kibbutz – until her hands were rough and practically bleeding – to show her dedication.

Shalva Challenge: Josh Strahl Raises The Tzedakah Bar To The Extreme

Mt. Hermon isn't the toughest mountain to climb, and Mt. Kilimanjaro is no walk in the park.

Courage And Guts

It takes courage and guts for a well-known person in the Orthodox world to write a memoir, a personal account sharing chapters of her life, which include how she became frum. On May 11 in New York, Leah Kotkes, a beloved writer among her readers, will release her first book, a candid, friendly, page-turner: The Map Seeker: One Woman's Quest.

Olympic Medalist Gets A Dose Of Israeli Reality

The war in Gaza overshadowed what should have been the recent headline-making arrival of Jewish-American Olympic gold medalist Ben Wildman-Tobriner to the Jewish state, as Taglit-Birthright Israel's 200,000th participant.

Detroit Holocaust Museum Enters New Phase but Stays Strangely Mum

Too many Holocaust memorials have lost their original identity and transitioned to an institution which devotes itself to both Holocaust and genocide, or simply to global genocide

‘Our Goal Is To Connect Jews To Their Land’: An Interview with Jerusalem Councilman Arieh...

We see pictures of mosques, monuments for terrorists, illegal schools, and hundreds of apartments being built on Jewish land without repercussions. We are losing Jewish property, so it is up to us to protect it.

‘Almost A Conspiracy In The Media To Delegitimize Israel’: An Interview with Maverick Publisher...

I think Seth Lipsky is amazing, but it just drives home the point that newspapers have a lot of moving parts.

Rivka Levy: A Religious Jewish Woman

Living in the Holy Land inspired them to rethink the way they were keeping Hashem's mitzvos.

Behind The Mossad Curtain: An Interview with Author Dan Raviv

The mystique of the Mossad. Few can resist it. Hardly any Jew bears anything but affection and admiration for the foreign intelligence agency that produced Eli Cohen, kidnapped Adolf Eichmann, and attacked Iran’s nuclear program with a computer virus in 2009.

What Does An Open Door Look Like?

The communication methods of the Deafblind community are as varied as the individuals themselves.

Responding To Islamic Extremism: An interview with Dr. Marvin Belsky

The Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam, founded in May 2009, has held numerous political demonstrations, rallies and seminars aimed at bringing about a collective awareness of the perils of Islamic extremism. The Jewish Press sat down with Dr. Marvin Belsky, chairman of the board of HRCARI, to hear more about the goals and objectives of the group.

The Saga Of Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi

Responsibility, taking acharayus for our actions, is something we could all start doing a bit more.

‘I Will Absolutely Fight For You’: An Interview With Would-Be State Senate Candidate David...

If the stars are aligned in his favor, attorney David Storobin will become the first immigrant from the former Soviet Union to serve as a New York state senator.

Landing On A Different Planet

Total strangers from all over the world opened their hearts and pocketbooks.

‘Don’t Come Into A Job Interview Blind’: A Conversation with CEO Richard Dukas

I was very pro-Israel, I was very proud of being Jewish, and I was living in New York at the time as a single man in my 20s and I was just looking for a little bit more.

When You Sing, You’re Sharing Your Neshama

Popper’s maiden name is Gott, which is German for God. “The name felt like a mismatch with my upbringing,” she relayed.

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