Browse
9856 results total, viewing 61 - 70
In this week’s parsha, Ki Tetze, the last two verses of Chapter 21 seem to describe a clear case. The corpse of a person executed by the court is to be hanged from a tree for a short period of … more
It was the height of the intifada, and we were in the midst of a month’s reserve duty. Deep in the heart of Hebron was an Israeli lookout position, meant to spot trouble on the road below and … more
With the onset of Elul, the prelude to the upcoming High Holiday season, it is my sacred honor to bring to your attention the publication of a new English translation and commentary of Rabbeinu … more
In an eloquent and scholarly essay, “The recitation of L’Dovid Hashem during the month of Elul,” by Rabbi Moshe Walter in his latest work, “The Making of a Minhag” … more
Our parasha, Ki Tetze, begins with the following pasuk: “If you go out to war against your enemies, and the L-rd, your G-d, will deliver him into your hands, and you take his captives” … more
Americans spend about 37 billion hours a year waiting in line. Few of us enjoy the experience. What really irks us, though, is when someone tries to push ahead in line. These “cutters” … more
In two and a half months, voters will go to the polls for midterm elections, a key election for both the United States and the U.S.-Israel relationship. The Democratic Party has been lurching left … more
In the furor around the anti-Semitism plaguing the British Labour Party, I’ve noticed two distinct forms of defense of the party and its far-left leader, Jeremy Corbyn. The first defense, … more
There’s a lot of competition for the title of least popular aide to U.S. President Donald Trump, but Stephen Miller might be at the top of the list. The architect of Trump’s immigration … more
The New York Times last week ran an opinion piece by Ronald Lauder, chairman of World Jewish Congress. Mr. Lauder is known for his philanthropy, a prestigious art collector, and as an unwavering … more
« Prev | 1 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 986 | Next »