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Many people feel the need to be noticed. They dye their hair neon green, or they wear immodest clothing, or they say things that are intended to shock. They will do anything to keep the limelight … more
The conclusion of parshat Bamidbar leads into parshat Naso with the description of the specific and detailed jobs of each family of Levi — Kehat’s job was to carry the most important … more
M any years ago I read a story regarding Rav Yitzchak Eisenbach from Jerusalem. As a young boy, Yitzele was walking to the Kotel through the Jaffa gate one Shabbat afternoon, in a section of the … more
Anytime is a good time for a great new cookbook. True, Mother’s Day has passed, but if you missed a gift, or are feeling like you need another one, this new cookbook … more
When I was a little girl, living a sheltered religious childhood where profanity was unheard and unacceptable, whenever I would hear people speak of “Aza,” Gaza in Hebrew, I would blush … more
While the celebration of the opening of the American embassy was happening in Jerusalem, a long-promised violent Hamas protest was also happening. After the Hamas force defied … more
This week’s column features a special report from Targum Shlishi that should be of interest to many of our readers. It concerns a translation into Hungarian of a new exhibition that will be … more
For decades, it was a consensus issue. Israel’s supporters of all political stripes agreed that the refusal of the United States to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was an … more
In an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on May 13, Yossi Klein Halevi expressed the following ruminations on the Arab conflict with Israel and Zionism: “Each side will need to honor the … more
A few hours after President Donald Trump announced on May 8 that the United States had exited the Iran nuclear deal, the doyenne of progressive political-action committees, MoveOn.org, sent out … more
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