September 21, 2018

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French Hill is the center of the universe of author and journalist Yossi Klein Halevi. It’s a neighborhood in East Jerusalem where his...
Exodus 23.16: “[And you shall observe] the Feast of the Harvest, of the first fruits of your work, of what you sow in the field …”
Dennis Prager, author of “Exodus: God, Slavery, and Freedom,” responded in writing to questions posed by the Jewish Journal.
Shavuot is a festival with three names: the Feast of Weeks, the Day of the First Fruits, and the Harvest Feast.
The drop-off in congregational membership, the aging of mainstream religious supporters, and the corresponding rise in the number of...
On April 30, less than two weeks before President Donald Trump was to decide whether to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal,
With apologies to poet T.S. Eliot, May, not April, is the cruelest month. That is, if you care to believe the warnings — some grave,
The recently released documentary, “Sammy Davis Jr: I’ve Gotta Be Me,” begins with a clip of Davis performing onstage,
Gil Troy, author of “The Zionist Ideas,” spoke with the Jewish Journal by phone from Jerusalem. Jewish Journal: The late Rabbi Arthur...
Today, as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel, it is all too easy to forget how long the Jewish...
The most unspeakable crime of the 20th century — or any century, for that matter — actually inspired a lot of people to speak about it. 
So you’ve searched your house for chametz, the bread and other leavened foods we banish for Passover. But have you searched for the...
Another horrific mass shooting, this time at a high school in Florida. As has occurred each previous time, a crazed killer with an...
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