Tehilla Goldberg
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Columnist Tehilla Goldberg considers how Torah recounts reactions to death, and presents Sheryl Sandberg's extraordinary Facebook post at the end of sheloshim for her husband David Goldberg. more
They stood side by side, the liberated and the liberators. The formal, brass-decked young uniformed military men and women from Colorado’s National Guard — from the same 157th infantry … more
It’s hard to see fellow Jews advocate for the end of Israel. Harder yet to see such claims dishonestly veiled as Zionism and being “pro-Israel.” Yet, J Street advisory council … more
It’s hard to see fellow Jews advocate for the end of Israel. Harder yet to see such claims dishonestly veiled as Zionism and being “pro-Israel.” Yet, J Street advisory council … more
When I was a young girl in Israel, Operation Moses came to Israel. I still remember the electric atmosphere that took hold of our country and community. “Kibbutz galuyot,” people kept … more
Sixty-seven years old — this Thursday is our little modern day Israel’s birthday, our ancient homeland for millennia. When you consider the ashes that modern day Israel was built … more
It’s interesting to study the haftorahs, the Prophetic scriptures added to weekly Torah readings. If you first scan the portion of the week and then read the haftorah, inevitably there is a … more
I keep hearing this phrase: “When the tallest mountain trembles, the smallest mountain comes to help.” As if the friendship between the people of Nepal and the people of Israel was not … more
My first reaction to the latest controversial Meretz-sponsored bill in the Israeli parliament was, mark of Cain. The original meaning of the phrase in Genesis is a sign of safety and protection … more
An angel walked among us. Now he is no more. Malachi — My Angel — Rosenfeld was riding in a car with his buddies, on their way home from a basketball meet, when he was shot at by a … more
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