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While Torah is forever true, the ideal way for the mesorah to be conveyed to our children — and how an everlasting love of Torah and Yiddishkeit is embedded in their beings — changes over … more
With the start of summer, The Jewish Star is again pleased to publish a special summer message by Rabbi Hershel Billet of the Young Israel of Woodmere. Rabbi Billet urges that his congregants … more
In a groundbreaking victory upholding the constitutional right to freedom of religion, a New Jersey judge dismissed a slander and defamation lawsuit against a rabbi who told congregants to avoid all … more
The Orthodox Union and Agudath Israel each applauded Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that rejected the exclusion of houses from worship from a government grants program. The 7-2 ruling … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) — When Joel Zacks and Linda Ginns each first visited Israel, on separate pre-college tours, they fell in love with the country. It was 1968, they were both 18 and had yet to … more
BUENOS AIRES — A cache of 75 original Nazi objects discovered earlier this month by the has been evaluated as “unprecedented” and “the biggest” discovery of its … more
WASHINGTON — America. Bipartisanship. Compulsory. The literal ABCs of Israel’s national security doctrine remain Jerusalem’s airtight bond with the United States. The tangible … more
There were no caps and gowns and “pomp and circumstance” could not be heard in the background. What was palpable at this commencement of the Chesed Leadership Program was a heavy dose of … more
If you haven’t encountered the term “Shi’a corridor” yet, chances are that you will soon, particularly if the ongoing confrontation between the U.S. and Iran in Syria … more
It’s been an incredible year at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls, one filled with notes, tests, quizzes, labs and even class during lunch. Fortunate students in Mrs. … more
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