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Yom Kippur is the “Sabbath of Sabbaths,” the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, a day of atonement devoted to fasting, introspection and prayer. As on any Sabbath, Torah-observant … more
The City University of New York has reversed course, removing a former employee of a vehemently anti-Israel NGO from the lead position on a panel assigned to investigate anti-Jewish bias. The … more
Former US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley sharply criticized the Biden administration for its failure to confront the Iranian regime. Speaking to media at the sixth annual conference of United … more
In the wake of an order by the New York State Board of Regents that private schools — including yeshivas — demonstrate that their secular studies curricula are substantially equivalent to … more
In a New Year interview with Israel Hayom, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid promised that he would not shy away from acting against Iran to prevent it from having a nuclear program, even without … more
This is our third excerpt from the new three-volume set, “Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings,” the inaugural publication of The Library of the Jewish People edited by Gil Troy. I n … more
Honey cake evokes a predictable set of associations: Brick-like brown loaves emerging from the oven to sit untouched on the Rosh Hashana table, the epitome — and the punishment — of … more
The best things in life are free, right? Well, that certainly holds true when it comes to Jerusalem. One of the holiest and most magnificent cities in the world, it is also packed with amazing sights … more
Moses’ long and tempestuous career is about to end. With words of blessing and encouragement he hands on the mantle of leadership to his successor Joshua, saying “I am 120 years old … more
I still don’t know how he made it into Infantry Officer’s course, but I do know how difficult it was for him. Overweight, and far from being an athlete, the physical challenges … more
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