Tehilla Goldberg
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It started with the disturbing U.N. resolution that, by America’s calculated abstention, was disgracefully allowed to pass. “Abstain.” It sounds harmless. But it was precisely … more
Last Wednesday, when a manslaughter conviction was handed down against IDF soldier Elor Azaria, was a complex, difficult and sad day for Israel. Some in Israel called it a black day; others touted it … more
I’ve had a funny relationship with the German language. On the one hand, because of our history in WW II, I used to get the heebie-jeebies when I heard German. For example, my first time in … more
This Aleppo tragedy is in our faces. But it’s too late. Because of advanced technology we can’t bury our heads in the sand and ignore the slaughter that is happening so far away. For … more
When I was an elementary school student growing up in Israel, I was part of a strong, idealistic, nationalist Zionist community known as Merkaz Harav (referring to the first Ashkenazi chief rabbi of … more
As we all watched in horror as the fires spread across Israel, we were also grateful that no life was taken. This story, in which people lost their homes, an artist’s life’s work of 40 … more
This column started as View From Jerusalem. After I moved to the Upper West Side, it was switched to View From Central Park, a geographic marker of the move, from Jerusalem to New York. When I … more
Famously, last week’s Torah portion, Lech Lecha (ranslated “Go To Yourself”) speaks of journeys. Specifically, Abraham’s journey. He was called upon by G-d, and he … more
The UNESCO talk hasn’t died down, which is not such a surprise. As the Boston Globe put it: “One needn’t be a scholar or a historian to know that the cultural, religious and … more
Ah gutten vinter,” my father wished me as I departed after Simchat Torah, the last of the holidays. Back in the day, that was the traditional greeting with which one signed off the High Holiday … more
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