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Imagine the scene: A beautiful afternoon, with a breeze blowing a group of children and teenagers’ kites in the wind. The sound of their laughter carries across the sand. An innocent scene, … more
The rules for appointing a king are followed by a few personal restrictions the Torah places on him: he must be an observant Jew with all that entails, and he may not have an excess of horses, … more
It’s been nearly three years since Jeremy Corbyn became leader of Britain’s Labour Party, and he has riled British Jews more than any politician in recent history. Last week, Great … more
Dafna Michaelson Jenet traces her political career back to conversations around the Shabbat table as a 14-year-old. She remembers hearing her parents and their friends discuss the challenges facing … more
An African warthog to swinging orangutans, animals from all corners of the planet, a magical story about an ordinary shoebox, and a poem about the story of Creation are featured in new … more
Our parasha, Shoftim, contains the celebrated verse, “Justice, justice shall you pursue, [in order] that you may live and possess the land the L-rd, your G-d, is giving you.” (Devarim … more
Each generation of Jewish parents seems to face the same dilemma. We teach our children that all humans are created in the image of G-d; to respect and assist others; that love of G-d means love … more
JTA’s veteran Washington reporter Ron Kampeas describes the U.S.-Israel friendship through portraits of 13 of presidents, from Harry Truman to Donald Trump. This is part 1 of a 3-part … more
Conservative pundit Ben Shapiro challenged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the newcomer socialist Democrat from the Bronx, to a debate last Wednesday. The conversation quickly devolved into discussions … more
Are Jews too powerful to be considered victims of racism? Some progressives think so, and have been downplaying accusations of anti-Semitism in light of a debate over prejudice and power. Last … more
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