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After Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini demanded, on Feb. 14, 1989, that author Salmon Rushdie be murdered, America’s chain bookstores ran for cover, hiding or removing Rushdie’s The … more
Nefesh B’Nefesh brought 225 olim back home to Israel on Tuesday, aboard its first post-pandemic El Al charter flight. “I’ve missed this sight,” NBN co-founder Rabbi … more
Three-hundred Five Towners upset with over-development in the area, turned out for a civic meeting and rally Tuesday night at the Lawrence Yacht and Country Club. Paris Popack, Judy Bernstien and … more
Gush Katif was a bloc of 17 Israel settlements in the southern Gaza strip. In August 2005, the government forcibly removed the 8,600 residents from their homes and their communities were demolished … more
Saudi social-media influencer Mohammed Saud, who recently made both waves and friends by playing Israel’s national anthem Hatikvah on the oud (a stringed instrument), tells JNS that … more
A new artificial intelligence  released on Aug. 5 by Meta Platforms, parent company of Facebook, is under fire for spewing anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rhetoric … more
The other day, a friend asked me what I was making for dinner. The truth was that I had no plans for dinner at all. I was still sore and exhausted from non-stop gardening and had been so busy … more
This is the editorial, “The tyrant and his chains,” published Feb. 23, 1989, that led to the firebombing of The Riverdale Press office in the Bronx. “How fragile civilization is. … more
What is the real challenge of maintaining a free society? In parshat Eikev, Moses springs his great surprise. Here are his words: Be careful that you do not forget the L-rd your G-d. … … more
What motivates some people to do more than just appreciate the blessings they have in their lives and to actually be a vehicle for blessing? This week’s portion, Eikev, contains one of … more
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