It’s My Opinion: A Chanukah Miracle

He went on a hunger strike. He refused visitors. He seemed to have given up.

South Florida’s Shomrim Dinner

The South Florida Shomrim Society was formed to meet the needs of Jewish law enforcement officers and support personnel in Miami-Dade County. The organization has grown from a mere handful of members in 1984 to nearly three hundred. And Shomrim supports more than thirty charities each year with donations and hands-on physical help.

Chai Lifeline Southeast Holds Art Exhibit

Chai Lifeline Southeast’s first venture into the art world, “Through the Eyes of Our Children,” an exhibit and sale at Gallery Art in Aventura, was part of the organization’s Chai Crafts program, an innovative art therapy endeavor sponsored by the Root Foundation.

OJCB Shakes Lulav And Esrog With Prisoners

Chaplain Winkler along with the other OJCB chaplains work tirelessly on a daily basis to ensure that all of the Jewish prisoners religious needs are met.

It’s My Opinion: Israel, More Than A Vacation Destination

Despite ongoing torrents of negative worldwide negative publicity, Israel continues as a stable and steady environment – and the homeland and birthright of every Jew.

Help Wanted. Must Live In Israel

The option of doing business with Israeli-based service providers has recently become much easier.

Southern NCSY, AIPAC Host Shabbaton In Boca Raton

NCSY and AIPAC will be hosting a Shabbaton at the Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS) on February 4.

‘Many Are The Thoughts Of Man…’

I couldn't wait to board the speedy Acela train to Washington, DC two weeks ago to hear an old friend of mine, constitutional legal wiz Floyd Abrams, argue before the Supreme Court. I had watched him twice before and was riveted each time. This case, involving the McCain-Feingold Campaign finance reform act, promised to be a landmark in First Amendment law. To watch top-notch lawyers spar swords with some of the best legal minds in the country is quite an experience and I couldn't wait to feel that intellectual thrill once again.

It’s My Opinion: Symbols of Hate

The flag had been taken down in the aftermath of the Charleston shooting and was now back and flying.

Syria: No Longer Revolution, It is A Civil War, A Guide to the Battle

After an eight-month-long battle in which more than 3500 people have been killed, there’s no telling who will be ruling Syria when the dust settles, or even when the dust will settle.

Camp Gan Israel: The Buzz Is Back

The buzz is back as Camp Gan Israel Florida Overnight gears up for another fantastic summer, CGI Florida style. What makes CGI Florida so different from all the other overnight camps? It’s all in the details.

L.A.’s New Ohel Sara Program

Ohel Sara, a new seminary for women who’ve just completed high school or learning in Israel, will open in October. The program, to be housed at the Young Israel of Los Angeles, already has an enrollment of 19 students from outside L.A. – in addition to local students.

The Bat Mitzvah Club: For A Unique Time In A Girl’s Life

The Bat Mitzvah Club is designed for Jewish girls as they approach their bat mitzvah birthday. A Jewish girl's bat mitzvah birthday reflects a major turning point in her life and this club emphasizes that a bat mitzvah is a process, not a self-contained event that transpires in one day.

Orthodox Advocacy Leads To Masa Restoring Funding To Yeshivas And Seminaries

“What made this successful is that it wasn’t just people calling from the outside to complain but also people on the inside working it out,” explained Rabbi Taragin.

It’s My Opinion: Cellphones

People sitting on buses or trains or even in doctors’ waiting rooms are forced to hear loud, annoying, and often personal conversations of strangers. There seems to be no escape.

Local Senior Living Community Gives Back To Jewish Family Services

The Preserve at Palm-Aire, a local senior living community, recently donated more than 180 eco-friendly, sturdy and reusable tote bags to the Broward County Jewish Family Services (JFS).

Florida Drowning: Officer George Waisman Honored

Officer Waisman then continued his rescue attempt, pulling another from the surf.

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