Pick a Jewish holiday, any holiday. Let’s take one of my favorites: Sukkot. This is a holiday bursting with meaning. Inside a sukkah, we can experience the fragility of life and appreciate some great Jewish values, such as gratitude, modesty and hospitality.
Their effort may be coming on the heels of “Black Friday,” but organizers of a new nationwide campaign are hoping that consumers will hold on to some of their shopping dollars to show support for Israel.
Not every American Jew can move to Israel. Not every American Jew can visit Israel. And even if you do go on a trip or mission to Israel, you do that maybe once a year, maybe once in a lifetime.
You could say it all started in 1967, when one of Howard Bernstein's daughters got married.
Ataste of Israel is no farther away than your local grocery store — and not just in the kosher aisle.
As Israeli wines win medal after medal in international competitions, their entry into the mainstream fine wine market is hardly news anymore.
In the latest effort to counter continuing efforts to delegitimize Israel on the world stage, a Buy Israel Week campaign will be held nationwide Nov. 28 through Dec. 4.