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Rabbi Alex Israel, the author of this week’s essay, teaches Bible at Pardes in Jerusalem and is the director of its Community Education Programs. Born and raised in London, he holds degrees … more
It’s often claimed by Western enemies of Israel that the military actions of the Israel Defense Forces against Hamas in Gaza are disproportionate because such actions kill Arabs while Hamas … more
Seasons, the upscale kosher supermarket chain with national ambitions, has filed for bankruptcy, it was reported late Monday. In its Chapter 11 filing, Seasons reported $42 million in debt and $5 … more
Recently, Dr. Meir Wikler published the fascinating “Behind Closed Doors: Over 45 Years of Helping People Overcome Their Challenges” (Menucha Publishers). The distinguished rabbi and … more
It’s time to get serious about cooking for the holiday. At the same time, school is starting, summer is ending and we really want to get those Labor Day barbecues in. And don’t forget … more
A “public health alert” invoving raw Empire kosher chickens was announced by the Department of Agriculture “out of an abundance of caution due to concerns about Salmonella … more
J.K. Rowling went head to head with a fellow British writer on Twitter over his criticism of Jewish complaints about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Simon Maginn, who has written five thrillers … more
A former guard at a Nazi concentration camp was deported to Germany this week from Jackson Heights, Queens, where he had lived for decades. Jakiw Palij, 95, served as a guard at the Trawniki … more
When I first read about it, the report made me so angry I was about to burst. It was nothing short of disgusting — Director Stan Zimmerman was staging a new version of “The Diary Of … more
Are human beings basically animals who need to be tamed by the forces of civilization? Or are humans angelic beings who sometimes get dragged down by the external forces of nature? Thomas … more
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