Thursday, October 19, 2017
The Knesset will not alter its dress code barring “short skirts and short dresses” but will put a new mode of enforcement into place, which includes issuing warnings before denying a Knesset employee entry to the parliamentary building.
Countless Israeli families are unable to afford the Passover Seder meal but two charitable organizations are working to change that reality.
The global Jewish community is facing increased harassment and hostility, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center.
Nestled in greenhouses throughout the greater Baltimore region are hundreds of etrog trees with kosher etrogim.
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An Israeli rabbi turns his passion for animals into an interactive museum on the animals of the Tanakh.
Inspiration is an incredible thing if channeled properly; and remembering that inspiration is a means to a goal, not a goal in itself, is critical.
The United States Postal Service released its annual holiday stamp collection this month, with one Forever stamp commemorating Hanukkah.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has taken a break from writing legal opinions to write a feminist essay to be shared at Passover seder tables this coming Passover.
In this week’s parsha we talk about the value of persisting despite obstacles.


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