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Our parasha relates the deaths of one of history’s most spiritually dynamic couples, Sarah and Avraham: “And Sarah died in Kiriath Arba, which is Hebron, in the land of Canaan, and … more
As I sit here writing this article for Sukkot, I find it hard to believe that Sukkot is already here. It seems like it’s been just a few months since the sukkah was stored away. Oh, wait, it … more
No, I haven’t retired! I had a busy few weeks, but now I’m back. Sukkot was great: I had my kids, my adorable granddaughter Arielle, and my granddogs Murphy and Penny, along with … more
Two weeks ago, Jerry’s daughter Jordana (yes, we each have a daughter named Jordana) gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Adel Mattel Sara (Mattel was Jerry’s mom’s name). When the … more
Emunah of America will celebrate its 70th anniversary with great fun when it hosts an annual gala on Nov. 11 in a unique venue — the PlayStation Theater at 1515 Broadway in Times Square. As … more
In October, Laura Kelly spent several days in the Gaza Strip. She spoke to local NGOs, United Nations workers and Gazans about the issues they face in 2018. This comes after six months of clashes and … more
Grief is the most powerful and most painful of human emotions. Yet it is an emotion few human beings can avoid in their lifetime. We all face loss, and we all grieve. Interestingly, the first … more
When the Jewish Federations of North America assembled in Tel Aviv last week for their annual General Assembly, they did so under the title “We Need to Talk,” the “we” … more
I’m so worried about the situation on the Gaza border, yet I rarely hear a peep about it in the news — even in the Israeli news cycle. Is this just the new normal that Israel is … more
He will lie, sir, with such volubility, that you would think truth were a fool,” opines one character about another in William Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well. It is an … more
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