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The Return to Jewish History

As a moment in time, the Oct. 7 massacre was, paradoxically, an event both anomalous and familiar, at once exceptional and routine.

The Forgotten Five

Among the hostages still being held by Hamas in Gaza are five Americans. Why are so few people talking about them?

My Year at Harvard

Rabbi David Wolpe took a one-year position at the Harvard Divinity School. What he found was an institution rife with antisemitism and anti-Zionism. Now he tells his story.

‘Guns and Moses’: The Heroic Hasid

In their latest film, Salvador and Nina Litvak created a brave and stereotype-defying Orthodox Jewish hero: A gunslinging Chabad rabbi.

Is AKLA the Future of Jewish Pride?

An exciting new b’nai mitzvah program introduces Jewish teens to Jewish and Israeli achievements in arts, medicine, technology and security.

Prince of Persians

How an Ashkenazi Rabbi Is Fighting Assimilation Among Persian Jews by Spreading Jewish Joy

The Saad Truth

Author and Scholar Gad Saad is Exposing the Parasitic Ideas that Are Eroding Society – and Enabling Antisemitism

Breaking Barriers

In their new book, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Jew,” Emmanuel Acho and Noa Tishby bring their vastly different perspectives to examine the complex subject of antisemitism in America today.

Who’s Funding It?

A small, generously funded Palestinian American minority has turned universities on their heads.

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