The bittersweet story – with an inspiring ending – of a young IDF veteran who maintains an annual vigil for a fallen soldier he never met.
An obviously incomplete, but personally memorable portrait of life in the Jewish State.
Non-support from mainstream groups underscores a deep culture clash within our community.
Ted Comet, who turns 98 this month, is being honored for his remarkable, and ongoing, contributions to American Jewish life.
A tour of Yad Vashem on Yom Hashoah gave me new insights into the national psyche.
Do we ask him to wear a mask – again? Is he heralding better times or warning us to be more vigilant?
The Bennett coalition, Israel’s most inclusive, seemed too good to last.
You’re Invited To … Ask The Seder’s 5th Question … In 6 Words.Dear Reader, The world is in crisis today. (That’s six words) Passover is just around the corner. Please take a moment to reflect, and then join…
Lessons From Ukraine include threads of Jewish history and holidays.
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What happens to worthy projects launched by tainted oligarchs?
Under the diaspora’s radar, the Knesset is moving to end the religious monopoly on matters of personal status in Israel, impacting all Jews.