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Forgiving Others as We Wish to Be Forgiven

The sad, sordid tale of Solomon Dwek.

Recognizing the Wrong People

It is high time we stopped empowering those who wish us ill: not just to recognize a blood-soaked regime, but to keep on recognizing it.

Obama Tosses Syrian Hot Potato into Republicans’ Laps

By giving the issue to Congress, he evades sole responsibility and makes himself look "principled."

France: “Secularism Charter” in Every School

"The Left has singularly lacked courage in the difficult fight to defend secularism."

Finding Israel, Finding Roots In Your Rosh HaShanah

We should remind each other of the value of Israel in our lives every chance we get.

Sorry I Neglected your Jewish Identity, Cousin

A letter to my American cousin who's going out with an Italian girl.

About Selichot

Most Jewish communities continue reciting Selichot throughout the Ten Days of Repentance.

Rosh Hashanah 2013 – Pain or pleasure?

Zechariah was ready to scrap all the sad fast days and turn them into joyful celebrations.

Rhode Island Synagogues to Host Nigerian Guests on Sukkot

Gihon’s members are Nigerians who have embraced Judaism, but have not gone through a formal conversion process.

‘It Can Be Done’: the Rosh Hashana 1943 Escape of Danish Jews

Numerous Danish Christian families hid Jews in their homes or farms, and then smuggled them to the seashore.

Remembering a Community’s Selfless Response to Hurricane Sandy

In a short span of time our shul raised and distributed thousands of dollars for relief organizations.

Aging Rocker’s Failed Anti-Israel Crusade

Sarcasm aside, this is anti-Semitism of the ugliest, most primitive kind.

Our Friends the Mormons

I learned that the Mormons have great respect for Jews and the state of Israel.

German Elections: More EU, More Islam

Islamic immigrants are hoping that by turning out a large number of their voters at a time of German voter apathy, they will be able to promote the further Islamification of Germany.

Who Should Clean Up the Mess?

It is the lack of American action that will cause the situation to right itself in Egypt, Syria, North Africa and other centers of unrest in the Arab-Muslim world.

The Power Of The Kotel Stones

If tears could melt stone, the Kotel wouldn’t be standing.

Please, Mr. Obama, Force Israel into another Building Freeze

After the last freeze, there was a building boom. And the talks never took place. Let’s do it again.

Sexual Choices

In Judaism sex is regarded as something wonderful, positive, and a gift of God.

Nigeria’s Igbo Jews

Many Igbo, even while practicing Christianity, nonetheless consider themselves Jewish.

Don’t Touch Nixon, He Saved my Life

At a time when Israel was facing defeat, only one friend rose up to send help.

‘Move De Line’: Shalom Bayit; Shalom Aleinu

If you want to move de line, you have to let go of hurt and anger.

What’s Your Sin? Removing the Number One Stumbling Block in Your Life

Can you recall any time you hurt someone, perhaps a friend, neighbor, family member, fellow congregant or business associate?

Impurity, Heresy, and Immorality

Why aren't crime and corruption considered heresya kind of denial of the Torah and its precepts?

Tossing a Jewish Lasso over Wyoming’s Wild West

The rabbi, in his early 30s, hails from Miami, Fla., and Raizy, in her late 20s, grew up in Israel. What’s it like to live in the least populated state in the nation?

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