Jewish World

Jewish life, religion and practices in Israel and the Diaspora

New exhibit in Germany highlights the Rhine's medieval Jewish history

The exhibit, called "ShUM on the Rhine – From the Middle Ages to Modernity," leads visitors on a journey through centuries of Ashkenazi Jewish history that still influence Diaspora Jewry to this day.

Is the Israeli song ‘Oof Gozal’ a subconcious midrash for Sefer Dvarim?

The song, about a chick leaving the nest, is commonly viewed as an analogy for parents’ emotions as their child leaves home, but can it also be read on a deeper level?

Parashat Nitzavim-Vayelech - A moment of honesty

Teshuva is primarily an emotional process that has practical implications.

Rosh Hashanah: Marking the world’s birthday

We must recognize that life itself is a gift from the Almighty and that it has a sacred purpose.

Hazorfim - Creating original silverware for your Yom Tov table

An elegantly arranged holiday table, the gleam of new silverware – all at affordable prices. Hazorfim, now celebrating 70 years in business, is preparing for the holiday season with new collections.

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