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A few weeks ago, at a now much publicized Rosh Chodesh prayer service at the Kotel, things got ugly. As they have been doing for nearly 25 years, a group … more
We all nod in agreement when we hear the phrase, “Two Jews, three opinions.” We similarly chuckle when we hear the anecdote about the Jew who was discovered after years of living … more
We may celebrate the Fourth of July with delectable BBQ’s, attend fireworks displays, head for the beach, picnics or the pool — but how many of us know the facts from the … more
If you walk all the way to the eastern end of Manhattan’s 25th Street, you’ll come upon a small plaque explaining why the site was given the name “Bristol Basin” in June … more
Only a British born and bred rabbi — Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks zt”l  — could have authored the following theologically-based teaching: To paraphrase Shakespeare, … more
On the face of it, what Korach and his fellow rebels said was both true and principled. “You have gone too far,” they told Moses and Aaron. “The whole community is holy, and G-d … more
Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Xi Jinping’s China. Ali Khamenei’s Iran. Al-Qaeda. Islamic State. These and other actors are waging a war on the West, a war against Western power and … more
Los Angeles parents and teachers recently announced they are suing the Los Angeles Unified School District teachers’ union to keep anti-Semitism out of California high schools. Despite … more
As if further evidence of the fundamentally anti-Semitic nature of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement were needed, the recently produced “Mapping Project” of Jewish sites … more
If, like most people, you don’t follow the world of political and literary intellectual ideas closely, then you missed it. Three years ago, a debate between two conservative writers turned … more
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