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Has the Biden administration found a way to spite its predecessor and aid the Palestinians without breaking the law? The State Department thinks it has, and so do its cheerleaders in the … more
Certainly, Israel’s struggle against the BDS movement has been a bitter PR battle, both angering and animating supporters of the Jewish state. After all, BDS has freely slandered Israel, … more
Like the tremendous labor pains that produced the birth of the modern-day Jewish state of Israel in 1948, this week’s Yom Ha’atzmaut is a particularly bittersweet one. There is a … more
Incoming media reports from Jordan indicate that the clash within the royal family has been resolved — or quashed. However, much uncertainty still shrouds the recent events in the Hashemite … more
With the commemoration of the anniversary of the founding of the modern State of Israel this week, we are once again faced with the annual rants concerning whether to say Hallel with a blessing, … more
            Rabbi Sacks zt’’l had prepared a full year of Covenant & Conversation for 5781, based on his book “Lessons in … more
That “No man is an island” and “It takes a village” are just two of the clichés used to convey the realization that people cannot “go at it … more
The primary focus of our parshiot, Tazria-Metzora, is the illness known as tzara’at. The unique nature of this disease is emphasized by the Rashbam who said that in this matter we may not … more
The primary topic of our double parsha, Tazria-Metzora, focuses on the affliction of tzara’at, its diagnosis and prognosis. The attention is primarily on the kohen, who is given detailed … more
Anti-Zionists, especially BDS activists, have been successful in creating and spreading many false claims, exaggerations and misperceptions about Israel. I have been working with the campus … more
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