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Now we no longer have to say ‘Next year in Jerusalem,’ for we are already here
By PEGGY CIDOR
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
By ALBERT JACOB
It is worth noting that Europeans or people of European descent are not the only people with wrong ideas.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Perhaps even more than the High Holy Days, Passover, which is the first of four Jewish New Years, is the symbol of Jewish peoplehood and common Jewish destiny.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Rabbi Steinsaltz’s brief English introduction sets the tone for the entire book. In just four pages, he explains why the Psalms hold a universal appeal for mankind.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Since I am interviewing myself, I can really take the gloves off – a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
By LARRY BUTCHINS
Pedaling south to north across the entire African continent with this bare minimum of supplies, he made this epic 19,000 km journey in just over five months
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
Jews first arrived in the country during Roman times
By NEVILLE TELLER
With every shade of political opinion represented by Knesset seats, no one party can emerge as the outright winner.
By JOSH ARONSON
I want to find the ideal partner and get married and have kids I can raise as Israelis.
By TEHILA BIGMAN
The record holder is once again Rishon Lezion, where 56% of households wash their dishes in a dishwasher.
By NAIM PERESS
Beyond the antisemitic canards, Jews alternately participated, coopted and resisted slavery.
By YEDIDIA STERN
Religious Zionism does not want to isolate itself, but rather to integrate.
By STEVE LINDE
Baumel’s remains were recovered in Syria with the aid of the Russian Army.
By DANIEL AKST
The making of The Producers is one of the most interesting parts of Funny Man, Patrick McGilligan’s highly detailed but disappointingly pedestrian new biography of Brooks.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
We have the freedom to choose what we do, and we should value this and teach the beauty of it to the next generation.
Mother's day is coming up, get her the gift she'll love and actually use!
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.
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
Thomas Mallon’s latest work of historical fiction tackles the presidency of George W. Bush.
Adam Kirsch explores the unanswerable: Is there such a thing as Jewish literature?
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
‘All his years of tshuva, a lifetime of redemption, had – for his father – done nothing. Not the yahrzeit candles lit, not the services led. It was twenty years of kaddish without meaning’
The only way for the conflict to be resolved is for one side to give up.
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