Friday, May 29, 2020
Ben Sidran argues that Jewish hunger to fit in shaped both the core of their identity and many of America’s greatest songs in his book "There Was A Fire."
I spent Rosh Hashanah as I always do at Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia. I spent Yom Kippur praying in a small apartment in Mumbai.
Why should the casual observer care about the seemingly obvious need to prosecute and convict Nazi war criminals?
Ilana is one of 12 speakers traveling around the United States as part of StandWithUs’ 7th Israeli Soldiers Tour, putting a human face to the IDF uniform.
The P5+1 powers missed a June 30 deadline to finalize Framework for a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or in other words, a final nuclear deal with Iran.
Edan is one of 12 speakers traveling around the United States as part of StandWithUs’ 7th Israeli Soldiers Tour, putting a human face to the IDF uniform.
Last week’s deaths of Hamas terrorists in the collapse of a terror tunnel coincided with complaints by residents of a town near Gaza of underground digging.
When I was a child, I thought everyone in the world was, on some level, Jewish.
Approximately 1,200 European Jews escaped to the Philippines to escape Nazis, only to find themselves facing another bloody war under Japanese occupation.
In the early days of modern Israel, a clash of tongues made life difficult—until Hebrew became 'the glue that brought the people together.'
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