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To make it into your fancy cup, specialty coffee undergoes a long, arduous and often continent-crossing journey during which the beans must be maintained at just the right levels of humidity and look … more
Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt is Chief of Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau and assistant rabbi of the Young Israel of Woodmere. He distributed this message before … more
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
On top of Jerusalem’s Mamilla Hotel you are stuck between two worlds. While you are in the chic confines of the Mamilla pedestrian mall that’s lined with luxury shops and cafés, … 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
I hope that the beginning of spring has renewed everyone’s spirits as more and more of us get vaccinated and venture outdoors. I love early spring — the air smells wonderful, the … more
Threats by Iran to retaliate against what it said was an Israeli sabotage attack on its Natanz nuclear site on April 11 and the reported attack on an Iranian command ship in the Red Sea on April 6 … more
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