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For the Jewish community, the recent shootings in El Paso and Dayton dredged up feelings of insecurity as they still grapple with two deadly shootings at synagogues: one on the East Coast and one on … more
The 242 new olim on Nefesh B’Nefesh’s 60th El Al charter flight included NBN’s 60,000th oleh, Co-Founder and Executive Director Rabbi Yehoshua Fass said. Pictured are some of 41 … more
Do we really appreciate all the gifts we have, and how blessed we are even with all the challenges life gives us? Eighteen years ago this Shabbat (20 Av 5761, Aug. 9, 2001), an Arab terrorist … more
In preparation for Tisha B’Av, I read through Artscroll’s Eicha and came across the following passage by Rabbi Nosson Scherman. “The truth is far beneath the surface: … more
If you have been watching the media coverage of Israel blocking the visit of Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, or listening to the reaction of the Democratic Party leadership, you do not know … more
It’s more than 30 years since pro-democracy student demonstrators were brutally crushed by Chinese security forces in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square—a graphic sign that while … more
Many parents of my age remember striving to be able to send their children to summer camp. Now, as grandparents, we see our own children doing the same. I believed then, as I do now, that summer … more
HAFTR third-graders Michelle Hersh, 8, Juliet Weinrib, 7 and Grace Rosenberg, 8, are all smiles as they left their bus on the first day of school. Below, from left: HAFTR ES Assistant Principal Tova … more
How afraid should Jews be of being a victim of a violent anti-Semitic hate crime? In the wake of the Pittsburgh and Poway synagogue shootings, many American Jews remain afraid. The specter of … more
In an interview with my colleague Benjamin Kerstein last week, Rabbi Eli Cohen, executive director of the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, said something about the state of anti-Semitism … more
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