Tehilla Goldberg
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"May you be inscribed in the book of life” is the blessing we wish one another as we stand at the cusp of each new year. My hands shake as I write those words that have left my lips … more
The jokes addressing the as-of-now stalemate result in Israeli elections are starting to roll in. As an example, someone posted, “I’m going to sleep. Wake me up when we have a … more
With all my Denver-ness and Israeli-ness, on 9/11 I’m a New Yorker. While all Americans stand shoulder to shoulder in memory of this terrible day, in New York it’s different. … more
The new HBO series, “Our Boys,” is not, after all, about Our Boys — the golden trio of Eyal, Gilad and Naftali. Instead, it’s about one Arab Palestinian boy and a few … more
Initially, when Israel formally barred Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota from entering Israel, I thought it was a terrible mistake. Of course, these … more
September 1 is branded on every Israeli child as the first day of school. It doesn’t matter that I left Israel after eigth grade. No matter where I am in the world, September 1 rolls around … more
After the destruction of the first Temple in Jerusalem, the people reacted with extreme grief. The centerpiece of their lives, of their Judaism, had been destroyed. How were they to go on? They … more
It’s summer, and it’s been scorching hot outside. This is the third time I’m devoting my column to hyperthermia — specifically, losing a child to it in a locked … more
I had to make an emergency run the other night. There were no wounds; it was not for Band-aids, Neosporin or hydrogen peroxide. It was for popsicles. In the sticky, sweltering New York … more
Something has gone wrong in the integration of the Ethiopian Beta Israel community into Israeli society. I have an abiding affection for the Ethiopian community, and on both a human and an Am Yisrael … more
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