This is not the time for Progressive Judaism’s failing agenda or Orthodox Judaism’s feelings of self-congratulation
When people discover that I'm a rabbi, the next question is often, "What kind?" I usually respond, "the Jewish kind." Not everyone finds it funny. In frustration, they'll even argue. "You know what I mean!" I do, in fact, know what they mean.
Anti-Zionists have interpreted the Zionist project, the point however is to undo it.
I REMEMBER reading the first edition of this book when it came out in 1977 and how depressed it made me feel. Now I have reread it in its new edition some 36 years later (published by Gefen), and it makes me even more depressed, for some of the ...
Trying to force the entire world, Jews and Gentiles alike, to hew to an ever-narrowing notion of what one is allowed say about Israel is, Emily Hauser writes, not good for the Jews.
POTSDAM, Germany — On Nov. 9 and 10, 1938, the Jewish synagogue in this elegant town of wide boulevards and baroque palaces was plundered by the Nazis. By the end of World War II, only two Jews remained.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Since becoming the first ordained rabbi in Jamaica in more than three decades, I have been trying to develop a plan to build a Jewish future in Kingston and throughout the country.
The real and present problem facing Jews today is pernicious and life-threatening.
First study of its kind released by Israeli American Council finds 17% of children of Israeli Jews who have lived in America for over decade have married non-Jews, compared to 8% in parents’ generation