We should write to defy those who prefer seeing books where Jews are either victims or plotting their escape from religious Jewish practice.
Rabbi Moshe Gersht believes that “joy is our nature,” and in his new book, he charts his personal transformative spiritual journey to this elevated state.
Her husband, Elisha, was killed on the seventh day of Hanukkah. Shortly after, Hadas began recording short videos that express remarkable faith.
God gave us lots of laws because, let’s face it, we need them.
Review of ‘The Genius of Israel: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World’
Despite the agonizing and fierce arguments that roiled Israel for so many months over the proposed judicial reforms, now on hold, the authors Senor and Singer insist that what unites Israelis far outweighs what divides them.
Sweaters are, of course, very Jewish.
It’s time for Jews to begin their own BDS movement against every college and university that cowers and equivocates in the face of virulent antisemitism on campus.
Written in a conversational but substantive style, the author offers a roadmap to the whys and hows of a life of gratitude.
Founded in 2006, CUFI is the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States, whose mission is to “educate and empower millions of Americans to speak and act with one voice in defense of Israel and the Jewish people.”
Despite this sudden and overwhelming war reality, we must live our lives. This means we need to learn to cope with our individual and communal trauma and fears. I offer the following ideas that resonate with me, and I hope will resonate with you, too.