Beer embodies the new Israel post-October 7: Sobered by a traumatic event but grateful to be alive and ferociously determined to come out ahead.
Jews are a people of hope, not despair. The eternal people is not afraid of a long journey.
Jewish women on college campuses have taken a sharp turn toward exceptionally far left, progressive views, promoting a dangerous agenda to silence dissent while encouraging cancel culture.
We should write to defy those who prefer seeing books where Jews are either victims or plotting their escape from religious Jewish practice.
After Oct. 7, the city council unanimously passed a resolution in support of Israel, and also condemned Hamas.
A growing core has been mobilized – a core that will now live more Jewish lives, invest and engage more in Jewish communities, and have the courage to stand up, speak out, and devote more resources to the fight against antisemitism.
So far, I have not dropped the ball. Will they pass the tradition to their children? Time will tell.
Faith not only provides comfort and hope; it inspires us to do G-d’s work here on earth.
Focus on the overwhelming majority of the American people still appalled by October 7, who understand that the only way to prevent another calamity is by crushing Hamas militarily.