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To an objective observer, the crisis that erupted in the aftermath of a bloody terror attack near Jerusalem’s Temple Mount makes no sense. Three Arab terrorists used guns they had smuggled … more
The pressure has begun. The State Department’s “evenhanded” statement regarding the Temple Mount. The U.S.-backed Middle East Quartet’s call for “restraint.” The … more
During the nine troubling days leading up to Tisha B’Av, we mourn our latest victims in the Holy Land as well as our Temple. Unrest, purportedly related to the installation of metal … more
Since it came out in 2013, the “Pew study” — a landmark survey of American Jewish demographics, beliefs and practices — has been at the center of American Jewish scrutiny and … more
It’s early morning in the Sardinian countryside and a farmer is milking his sheep while a mashgiach, the kosher supervisor, looks on. The mashgiach is sleeping in the farmer’s barn, and … more
Tuna poke nachos marinated Hawaiian style. Lightly smoked duck breasts with quinoa and turnips. Hormone- and antibiotic-free USDA prime angus steaks. The kosher restaurant scene today has come a … more
By Daniella Levy, Kveller via JTA The composition is exquisite: my firstborn, Hallel, maybe a week old, is lying on his back on a striped felt blanket next to his grandpa. They are gazing lovingly … more
Renting a house in the Italian countryside and eating loads of pasta is about as blissful a vacation as they come. For the three Anati brothers — who did just that in 2013 — such a trip … more
Underscoring the need for “dependable and dignified” commuter transportation, state Sen. Todd Kaminsky, Democrat of Long Beach, and Assemblywoman Melissa Miller, Republican of Atlantic … more
Nassau County Legislator Howard Kopel was joined outside the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum last Thursday by several political and Jewish leaders to protest the upcoming appearance there of … more
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