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Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Serving as apologists for genocidal terrorists takes celebrity abasement to a whole new level.
Let the families grieve without our insensitive commentary.
Why are Americans — for all our history — so fascinated with this stuff?
Last week I interviewed former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who also served in Congress and at the helm of the CIA.
There is no theology that would somehow find redemption in the coronavirus.
I am dedicated to re-creating the bonds of brotherhood that united Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Instead of attacking, let’s turn it into a teachable moment and engage him in a dialogue.
Black-Jewish brotherhood was built historically on shared faith rather than shared oppression.
Our bond is so vastly profound as to be cosmic in nature.
I’m in shock that no one seems to give a damn about how rapidly the states are losing residents.
Or is making Europe judenrein exactly what the Nazis sought through the annihilation of European Jewry?
Hearing the news today that Sheldon had passed way, even while I knew he had been ill, was shocking.
Those who constantly feed their minds with porn will find themselves hard-pressed not to lose respect for women.
Hating mere political opponents is immoral because it allows the true evil-doers to go unchecked.
The American Jewish community should do everything to encourage Saudi Arabia to make peace with Israel prior to President Trump’s exit from office.
Imagine the juxtaposition. On Saturday, November 21, the New York Times published a half-page article titled “For Netanyahu and Israel, Trump’s Gifts Kept on Coming.” Its subtitle...
By now, the world has concluded that America is insane. A crazy country filled with zany people who have gone off the deep end....
By now, many Americans are piling up on Donald Trump. They’re calling him a loser. They’re reveling in his defeat. They’re saying America is...
We might not yet know who is President –— and I hope that process doesn’t drag on endlessly, as it did in 2000 with Bush versus Gore — but at least we’ll have put this ugly election behind us in a way, which I hope, will unite the nation.
For years I have born witness to Miriam’s tireless charitable efforts, both as a champion of the Jewish people and as a physician, a healer of hearts numbed by pain and ravaged by addiction. A
I have discovered that mourning and bereavement are the loneliest undertakings on Earth.
The path to recovery involves first diagnosing the problems.
These pro-South sympathies turn traitors into heroes and lend undue credibility to the perverse Confederate cause.
Where will healing come from amidst this insanity? It will not come from politics.
This is the eulogy that Rabbi Shmuley Boteach delivered May 27 for his father, Yoav Botach, on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, at...
Today is the 75th anniversary of the suicide in a German bunker of Adolf Hitler, the evilest man that ever lived. In the summer of...
To compare Trump — the father of a Jewish daughter and grandfather to three Jewish grandchildren — to Lindbergh/Hitler is an affront to the memory of 1.5 million Jewish children murdered by the Nazis.
I grew up in Miami but never participated in the spring break ritual because I was studying in a Yeshiva. So no doubt there...
I hate fear and I hate being afraid — but I’ve never seen fear such as that gripping the world and the United States...
Have the Jews paid a price for defending Israel? I am a lover and supporter of Israel. I dedicate much of my life and waking...
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