Tehilla Goldberg
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When I think of Chanukah in Jerusalem, I think of the fiery winter sunsets. Like a signal that it’s time to kindle the Chanukah lamps, the sun seems to illuminate the entire city, a message of … more
What a painful week. The ugly tentacles of anti-Semitism came out from all directions. Before the news of Airbnb’s boycott of Jewish apartments in Judea and Samaria, before the bloodcurdling … more
Whenever election season rolls around, especially Election Day itself, I get that feel-good democracy vibe. If I was making a “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things” list, I would add … more
Bloodshed at Tree of Life. The painful irony. This coming Shabbat, just before the Torah is returned to the ark, almost every Jewish congregation will sing the melodious “Eitz … more
I’m so worried about the situation on the Gaza border, yet I rarely hear a peep about it in the news — even in the Israeli news cycle. Is this just the new normal that Israel is … more
Holocaust Day in 2017 was the first one … more
When I departed New York for Denver before Rosh Hashanah, neighbors in my heavily Jewish building asked if they could put up a Rosh Hashanah guest in my apartment. “Sure!” I replied. … more
As we approached Shabbat Shuva, teshuva, loosely translated as repentance but literally meaning return, was on my mind. I have long been intrigued by teshuva personalities. In Tanach, even … more
Ahed Tamimi, the Palestinian teenager who beat up IDF soldiers on camera, was released from Israeli prison after eight months. She thrives on attention. She has verbalized her support for … more
The New York Times last week ran an opinion piece by Ronald Lauder, chairman of World Jewish Congress. Mr. Lauder is known for his philanthropy, a prestigious art collector, and as an unwavering … more
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