By now, most people reading this are probably familiar with the details of the scandal that all but destroyed Doheny Glatt Kosher Meat Market just before the beginning of Passover. Most readers are likely also familiar with the decision made by the Rabbinical Council of California...
David Landau, Haaretz editor and JTA’s longtime Israel bureau chief, dies at 67
In first, expat author Ruby Namdar wins Israel’s leading literary prize
Reporter who broke Nisman story in Israel insists Argentine gov’t pursued him
Netanyahu’s planned speech roils Jewish lawmakers, pro-Israel community
Survivors relive horrors of ‘model ghetto’ Theresienstadt
Survivors return to Auschwitz determined to share their stories
A New Year for trees, Israeli and Palestinian
Walking in, and then out of a concentration camp
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As the Elul moon waxes and the peak of our religious year nears, we each begin asking ourselves our “big questions”. This Elul, the big question that’s rattling me is “what, in the end, is our goal?”
We, who put on tefillin every morning (if we are men), and maintain...
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Every marriage has painful moments. Even the most loving marriages do. This fact of life is confirmed by the opening of chapter 30.
There is only one marriage in the entirety of the Bible that is explicitly described as being based on romantic love. This is the marriage of Jacob...
February 19, 1998 | 7:00 pmDeeply ingrained ideas die hard. This week'sparasha,however, helps to ring the death knell for one such idea. Many of ushave been trained to believe that the Torah's commandments can bebroken down into two basic categories. These re: the mitzvot we do for God and themitzvot we do for...