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By BARRY DAVIS
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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By LEVI COOPER
The link between fish and hassidism has deepened in recent years. A venture hatched in 2014 has grown into a company called The Rebbe’s Choice which offers various types and flavors of herring.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Acknowledging the informality of her decision to make aliyah, Gold says that “coming to Israel was the best nondecision decision I ever made in my life.”
By NECHAMA GOLDMAN BARASH
“And Aaron was silent.” In his terrible silence, one can hear a reverberating scream welling up from inside, but restrained and given no outward expression.
By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
Nisenbaum is very proud that his daughter and son-in-law served in the Israeli army, and is happy that “Jews no longer need be on the run from their enemies."
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
Adam Kirsch explores the unanswerable: Is there such a thing as Jewish literature?
The only way for the conflict to be resolved is for one side to give up.
The Magen Party will be the social commando of the citizens of Israel in the Knesset.
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
Kamil Shehade looked out from the balcony of his apartment, he witnessed the everyday poverty, homelessness and underprivileged, and decided to do something about it.
By DR. MIKE GROPPER
Part One of Three – Introduction
By MEDIA LINE
Everywhere we look, there are declarations of victory against ISIS. But in my opinion, this is a temporary victory, and it is only a matter of time until another ISIS-like organization emerges.
By DUDU LEVY REICH
Bank HaPoalim financial advice manager Orit Michael wants to ‘help the retiree and their family keep the standard of living to which they have become accustomed.’
By RABBI REUVEN HAMMER
Purim's slogan has rightly been “upside down” because it does things differently, emphasizing actions – such as drinking to excess and disguising oneself.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
One does not need to be a vegetarian to be able to identify with the basic principle that shedding blood is not a decent moral virtue.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Boris Fishman’s memoir ‘Savage Feasts’ provides insight into the immigrant struggles of a Soviet Jewish family.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
Megillat Esther is really a chess game of high risks in which Mordecai and Esther deliberately do some foolish things, thereby creating severe anxiety.
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
These recipes will help you make Purim – and the rest of the year as well – much more fun and tasty.
By MEITAL SHARABI
After we’ve finished running around in our creative costumes delivering mishloah manot to family and friends, there’s still plenty of time left to get out into nature and enjoy the blossoming springtime.
By KEN STEPHENS
The entire complex was designed and built to the highest standards in order to provide a safe and relaxing experience, while simultaneously ensuring maximum privacy and comfort.
The success of Trump’s negotiating strategy takes time, because it depends on building the confidence that has been completely lost with North Korea
Celebrated fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi’s memoir traces his life from his religious Brooklyn upbringing.
By BRIAN BLUM
When massage therapist Chetan met Tania, it was not exactly love at first sight. More like love at first rub.
By LISA SAMIN
Born in South Africa, Kevin Musikanth is the coach of Israel’s National 15s Rugby Team. “I made aliyah because I am a proud Jew,” he said.
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
Jewish law mandates going beyond the letter of the law to do 'the right and good.'
By DAVID GEFFEN
By STEWART WEISS
Is there a guiding hand to the universe, or do events simply happen haphazardly, as if by chance?
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
By PAMELA PELED
By ANNA KRYCER
By BARRY DAVIS
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By ERELA GANAN
By SHIRA ZWEBNER
By PEGGY CIDOR
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