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In Israel’s case, Jewish values influence us all, including jurists, or even especially jurists.
By NEVILLE TELLER
One long-winded answer might be “the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth” – a post currently held by Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
By MARK BANSCHICK
Bringing decency back to colleges when it comes to Israel.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Assuta Ashdod is the only hospital in Israel which has emergency medicine doctors on staff 24 hours a day.
By HANNAH BAR-NIR NIV
Bernard (Bugajer) Bar-Nir was born in Brussels, Belgium on September 28, 1931, survived the Holocaust and moved to Israel. He died in Jerusalem on February 28, 2019.
By PATRICIA GOLAN
The voice of the iconic Israel Radio anchor, Aryeh Golan.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Israel’s policy may be aimed at dividing the Palestinian people.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Let us also admit that Netanyahu’s voracious taste for luxury and splendor, paid for by others, pales compared to other world leaders, like Saudi princes.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Judging by his situation in the polls, Moshe Kahlon’s economic populism has failed to deliver the political goods.
By MARK WEISS
Despite Mandelblit’s decision to recommend indicting Netanyahu, the race between Likud and Blue and White remains tight.
By OCHBERG WINNERS
The top three of 70 entries submitted by high-school students in Ramat Hasharon.
By DAVID E. KAPLAN
The heroic saga of the man who saved almost 200 Jewish orphans from Eastern Europe.
By STEVE LINDE
A roundup of the past two weeks.
In an effort to honor Ochberg and promote his legacy, The Isaac Ochberg Creative Writing Competition was held recently at the Alon High School in Ramat Hasharon.
By LANCE J. SUSSMAN
Like contemporary art and architecture in general today, Jewish art is varied and complex.
By RAYMOND APPLE
The world is big enough for us all. If others choose different paths, I am content to be a Jew.
By YEHUDIT COLLINS
In these heartwarming stories, Leah Abramowitz shows how, with the help of social workers, people cope.
In their new book, David Leiser and Yhonatan Shemesh provide some answers.
By CINDY ZIMMERMAN
Zvielli, who chose his Israeli last name for Zvi, his father, who perished in the Holocaust, and Elli for God, had a determination to find his cousins whom he knew about from his childhood in Warsaw.
By DAVID SELIGMAN
The Jerusalem Rotary Club was the first in the land and chartered as a member of Rotary International on March 11, 1929, after being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cairo.
The walk into Aqaba was quite surrealistic with the giant billboards of a smiling King Abdullah and his son, Crown Prince Hussein, to greet us.
By BENITA LEVIN
They may be entertainment shows, but the characters and storylines can become part of daily discussions, and help foster pride in one’s new country’s talented artists and cultural success.
By DAVE BLOOM
A conference in New York explores the ups and downs of Jewish life in Africa.
By NATHAN ROI
The average person would recognize the two most famous airlifts from Ethiopia to Israel: Operation Moses and Operation Solomon. Yet virtually nobody knows about the efforts of Kahati.
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
By ZACHARY KEYSER
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By ALAN ROSENBAUM
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