Saturday, May 27, 2017
Moses refused to give the Torah to people who couldn't follow its teachings, writes the founder of a network that promotes a pluralistic approach to building Jewish identity.
Why does Jewish law prohibit flying in a plane on Shabbat? Why might Jared and Ivanka have been allowed to fly? Should anyone be reporting at all on their religious conduct?
Rex Tillerson and Ivanka Trump stumbled into a debate over Jewish space, time and holiness.
The O.U. banned female clergy in February. Now it may start to enforce the ban.
Yoga, hiking and learning feminist theory are just some of the creative ways to pull an all-nighter this holiday.
Rabbi Dovber Pinson called the meeting a "kiddush Hashem," or a sanctification of God's name, but said he regretted the singing and dancing.
Workmen's Circle "shules" promote progressive activism and eschew mainstays like learning Hebrew or studying ritual.
Haredi Orthodox lawmakers, including Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, called the ruling a "severe blow" to the sanctity of the Jewish Sabbath.
Boston University student Samantha Gross was expecting a lonely Passover in London — until she found a tweet from a welcoming CNN reporter.
Israel’s Sephardi chief rabbi ruled that it is permitted to smoke cigarettes that are not certified as kosher for Passover during the holiday.


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