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In Tel Aviv, there are 29,700 formerly religiously observant people; this comprises 11% of the adult non-religiously observant population, which numbers 263,800.
Tova Reich’s latest novel features maternal themes, international travel and flashes of reckoning on the bounds of Jewish life.
After her exciting surprise win, the city’s new female mayor tells us about her plan to rise above religious struggles and create a richer, more varied Beit Shemesh that represents everyone.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
“There is no one (Szyk) more certain to be alive 200 years from now."
By DAVID GEFFEN
The supposedly shocking ending won’t surprise anyone who has followed the series closely.
By HANNAH BROWN
With America and world Jewry still reeling from the Pittsburgh massacre, developments are under way in the Start-up Nation to help prevent or at least mitigate the next shooting spree.
By HALEY COHEN
Shadi Khatib talks with the ‘Magazine’ about the dilemmas facing the country’s smallest religious minority, the Nation-State Law, and the desire to be treated like an equal Israeli citizen.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
When communicating with your partner, avoid personal put-downs, insults and negative body language.
By MIKE GROPPER
The ‘Life Lessons’ columnist and cat lover, remembered by his wife.
By ERIN SOLARO
Could you help yourself by indulging in what may be pure fantasy, imagining that your damaged functions might be ‘rewired’ to other, undamaged, brain sites?
By PHILIP GOLD
Indeed, if I take the 10,000-foot perspective, my forest is looking healthy overall – even if some of the trees need extra care.
By BRIAN BLUM
The extremist groups of moaners and malcontents showed callousness and cruelty to the mourners and, by extension, to all Jews.
By STEWART WEISS
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