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A few weeks back, as I was reading an op-ed in the New York Times, my temperature began to rise. Here is the opening sentence: “Having spent the last 15 years in an Israeli prison, I have … more
Parshat Behar begins with the following two pasukim: “And the L-rd spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai, saying, ‘Speak to the children of Israel and you shall say to them: When you come to the … more
In the Torah, there are a number of times when G-d uses the word v’natati (and I will place or give) to indicate what He will give to the Bnei Yisrael. Sometimes it is good, and in the cases in … more
We’ll call him Gabi (not his real name), a most unlikely recruit. None of us had any idea how and why he had gotten into our unit — he was overweight, to put it mildly, and was always the … more
WASHINGTON — Thanks to the unfiltered confessional that is Twitter, as of Tuesday morning we knew this: President Donald Trump shared information with Russia about “terrorism and flight … more
My sisters and I called her “Ma.” She stood 4-foot-10, yet was looked up to by everyone who encountered her, regardless of their station in life: rabbis and educators, bankers, … more
The Five Towns Far Rockaway chapter of the Jewish Woman Entrepreneurs will host an event on May 23 designed to help Jewish women entrepreneurs accelerate business growth and development by learning … more
Self-driving cars. Drip irrigation. Missile defense. Milk? Amid all the buzz around Israel’s “start-up nation,” including Intel’s recent $15 billion acquisition of … more
Once it was the job of the shtadlan — a literal translation from Hebrew is “intercessor” — to make the case for the Jews to the czar, the sultan, the king. Now a couple of … more
Since 2006, only one religious group in the U.S. has had a federally proclaimed month celebrating its history. That’s when President George W. Bush officially declared May as Jewish American … more
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