After only two hours of sleep, I woke up on Aug. 13, 2000, to the sounds of drizzle hitting my hotel window. With a pit in my stomach, I got out of bed -- terrified and excited all at once. It was my wedding day, the culmination of three months of harried planning. I desperately...
Lawyers for Palestinian-American woman want to bar terrorism from trial
Women of the Wall smuggle Torah scroll into Kotel plaza
Two Israelis killed in Nepal bus accident
Rabbi Dr. Judith Abrams, pioneering online Talmud teacher, dies at 56
Two dead, including gunman, in shooting at Washington high school
Israeli envoy: Jordan king blasting Israel to appease his Arab allies
Kit to check food for pork traces hits France
After Twitter ruling, tech firms increasingly toe Europe’s line on hate speech
Tag: Birkat Hamazon
November 13, 2003 | 7:00 pm
August 17, 2000 | 8:00 pm
Dr. Norman Lamm, the president of New York's Yeshiva University, once told me of a professor he knows in Israel who does not consider himself an observant Jew but who insists that his children maintain one halachic practice at home: "Birkat HaMazon" (the grace after meals). Lamm...