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Tamara Boronina, an 82-year-old Holocaust survivor living in Ukraine, can barely afford her small Odessa apartment on her monthly pension of $65. She is a widow whose only daughter died in 1999. … more
Israelis love family, they love the beach, they love parties and they love Bamba snacks. But most of all, Israelis love to travel. They can be found traveling all around the world — in Europe … more
On top of a hill in front of an art museum in the biggest park in St. Louis stands a statue of an anti-Semite. It’s a monument to the city’s namesake, the medieval French king Louis IX, … more
The silence of the Jews of America in the face of rising anti-Semitism is stunning. Over the Shavuot festival on May 30, members of Black Lives Matter (BLM) carried out a pogrom in Fairfax, … more
Believe it or not, summer has arrived, and with it, the staples of the season. This year will be one to remember — if not for the excitement and many activities, at least for quality time … more
The Torah has many poetic passages that engage our minds and cause our hearts to soar. Paradoxically, a number of these sections were uttered by none other than Bilam, the evil prophet from the … more
Frustration. Disillusionment. But also insight and a lifelong intellectual perspective. That is how I would describe the experience I am about to share with you. It started with Fyodor … more
JERUSALEM — Omer Yankelevich is the new minister of Diaspora affairs in Israel, charged with managing the Jewish state’s relations with Jewish communities abroad. It has never been an … more
Nearly 80 years after the last train sent Jews to almost certain death from the main railway station in Wurzburg, a memorial to those who perished was dedicated in the German … more
This week’s column is in tribute to one of our people’s greatest thinkers, Rabbi Dr. Eliezer Berkovits (1908-1992), who is widely ranked among the important Jewish philosophers of the … more
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