Our focus on “law and order” rather than “to protect and to serve” makes police officers feel they are there not to be part of the community they are serving.
Lessons From History Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy reveal quite well the Jewish approach to history (“Taking a Jewish Approach to History,” (July31). One question, though,...
Who would have believed that Jews on TV would take so many minds off COVID-19?
There is a lot to be learned from the margins, and from the spaces and silences between words and sentences.
Indeed, “keep a distance” signs were omnipresent throughout Stockholm, but masks were not required and barely seen in any public space.
Informed decision-making depends on reliable data - but there seems to be a shortage of such information in Israel.
The Importance of Mussar Thank you, Rabbi Lori Shapiro, for your informative exposition on the universal relevance of Mussar (“Can Mussar Help Us Repair the...
Lebanon is falling apart and has been for many years and many reasons. It has been bleeding a slow death by a thousand cuts. With the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut, those wounds were suddenly visible.
Next Tisha B’Av may be different. We may be commemorating the loss of something much more meaningful.
Rogen is not just an A-list celebrity with a platform and a captive audience. He also is the product of Jewish and Israel education.
Dennis Prager’s ‘5 Arguments Against “America Is a Racist Country” ’ Dennis Prager once again takes a hot-button issue and uses a hyperbolic bulldozer when...
A real community is one that upholds those who have fallen. A true community exists even when times are difficult and scary.
Our story is their story. It is a shandah for either of us to give fuel to those who seek to cause us harm.
Photo-journalist Ruth Gruber made me laugh. Maybe I shouldn’t be laughing on Tisha b’Av, I thought.
New York Times Bias David Suissa’s column on the unwillingness of The New York Times to publish op-eds that differ from its left-leaning views is...
I have witnessed the insidious effects of coercive control in the lives of victims and their children. Get abuse is one form of coercive control.
No other person has been honored more often by the Simon Wiesenthal Center than John Lewis.
Education sits at the center of our culture wars, and young minority students are the biggest casualties.
"Hamilton" got me thinking about the concept of forgiveness and the equally powerful concept of rehabilitation.
For those of us who are clergy, we are acutely aware the Jewish year is winding down.
Her nickname is 'momala.'
‘Days of Resistance’ Protests Had Hezbollah Flags, ‘Zionists Have Got to Go’ Chants, ADL Report Says
"A notable segment crossed the line into extremism and antisemitic tropes," the report stated.
The rabbi told community members, "You are irreplaceable, and we’re glad that you are part of our community."
"There is no change in my plan to apply sovereignty, our sovereignty, in Judea and Samaria."