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Once my bar mitzvah was behind me, I was free to choose my own Jewish path. My parents, children of immigrants from Russia and Romania, exemplified assimilation. They neither denied their Jewish … more
Nadav Israeli smiles as he peers through binoculars at a flock of Eurasian jackdaws soaring over Kibbutz Kfar Ruppin in the Jordan Valley. It’s mid-September, the beginning of … more
Benjamin Netanyahu’s bookcase is familiar to Israelis, having served as backdrop to countless social media messages. To the discerning viewer, the books themselves are a message (for instance, … more
Excerpted from the new three-volume set “Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings” edited by Gil Troy, the inaugural publication of The Library of the Jewish People. In 1897, in the short … more
Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, celebrated its 100th National Convention last week in Israel. Its theme was “Together in Israel: Our Pride. Our Purpose.” At … more
Where can you travel through 5,000 years of history in 10 stops? Jerusalem, the city that was proclaimed the capital of the Kingdom of Judea in 1,000 BCE and is the capital of the Jewish State … more
American Friends of Bar-Ilan University (AFBIU) hosted a tri-state luncheon at the Moise Safra Center in Manhattan on Oct. 26, featuring a spirited discussion of current events followed by … more
 Benjamin Netanyahu and the government he will form face a long list of challenges on national security and foreign affairs — from dealing with the Iranian threat to restoring a sense … more
Americans — especially American Jews — have expressed dismay at the results of last week’s Israeli elections. They seem to believe that Israel has been transformed suddenly from … more
Despite our differences, despite four rounds of elections that have led to a polarized public discourse and an accentuation of our divisions, despite the demonization, despite everything, we are … more
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