Monday, March 27, 2017
The concept of laws, as we know it, is corrupted. We frequently apply laws as is convenient: "What can I get out of it?" we ask.
In this week's parsha we talk about passing our values onto our children.
Some 72 percent of Jewish Israelis and 76 percent of Arab Israelis support the statement that “every resident [of Israel] has the right to get married in Israel with whomever he chooses, in whatever way he chooses, and according to his beliefs.”
The Zionist Organization of America welcomed President Donald Trump’s immigration order banning refugees and new visas for citizens from six Muslim-majority countries.
Following repeated waves of anti-Semitic attacks, the group tasked with advising Jewish institutions on security has formed a national advisory council composed of former law enforcement officers.
There are moments in life when we question why we are putting in so much effort to care for someone else.
Austin could be a draw for observant Jews for the same quality-of-life reasons the “Silicon Valley of the Southwest” continues to attract hordes of newcomers of all types.
Ahead of the High Holidays, Jewish institutions have been provided a newly updated security manual, as well as other resources for security preparedness.
ADL welcomed the Vatican document on Jewish-Catholic relations, calling it a reaffirmation of the positive changes in the Church’s teaching about Jews.
In this week's parsha we look at the value of exploring the deeper meaning of things.


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