Tuesday, August 4, 2020
On Purim, can we really blot out the memory of an evil like Haman, who threatened our very existence, with a noisemaker?
What lessons can we take from from Thanksgivukkah, the confluence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah?
With the deadline for a deal with Iran looming, the Obama administration is having a hard time persuading the public that negotiations will tame Tehran.
According to a Pew study, the number of Jews who say they have no religion is growing rapidly, and two-thirds are not raising their children Jewish at all.
As we welcome 5776, we in North America are also welcoming Pope Francis, one of the most inspiring religious leaders of our time.
Media coverage of the Iran deal occasionally refers to Hezbollah as Tehran’s anti-Israel proxy. But the influence of the Lebanon-based group is broader.
Iran’s drive to achieve nuclear weapons is very far from being the final chapter in the history of its nuclear deceits.
Perhaps there is no way to make a film about one of the bloodiest battles in human history that is both deep and beautiful.
The Iran deal may not be done, but bids by its opponents to shape it are all but buried.
Nelson Mandela will always be remembered as a symbol of courageous resistance to the racist policies of apartheid South Africa.
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