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Israel's government must act to save our children’s education - opinion

The following are some ideas to tackle the two biggest challenges that have been encountered: social and emotional well-being and academic learning.

26/07/2021
IN MY example, little triggers arouse big fears.

Here's how to fight trauma triggers and their behaviors:

Your job is to become aware of when, why and how you get triggered by a “perceived” past threat. Then you must learn how to correctly respond so you can master your fear and reduce your anxiety.

By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
08/07/2021

Tel Aviv remains Israel's leading aliyah destination despite COVID

In 2020, approximately 11% of all new immigrants to Israel decided to live in Tel Aviv, with the city retaining its status as Israel's leading city for olim.

09/06/2021
MENACHEM MENDEL SCHNEERSON, the beloved Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Chabad to hold Zoom lecture for anniversary of Lubavitcher rebbe's death

The live broadcast on Zoom will be at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, which coincides with Rosh Hodesh Tamuz

Here’s how to involve virtual guests in a hybrid bar or bat mitzvah

Fully virtual bar and bat mitzvahs are, happily, no longer a necessity in many places.

By HOLLY LEBOWITZ ROSSI/JTA
04/06/2021

‘Virtual rally’ to denounce antisemitism unites Pelosi, Schumer, McConnell

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who is Jewish, said “antisemitism is vile, reprehensible and countering everything that America stands for.”

By BEN SALES/JTA
29/05/2021

How Zoom pushed me to get rid of my clutter

Do you think the Israel Museum would buy my old poster of Richard Nixon sitting on the toilet?

22/04/2021
Grandparents 'Zoom' the Seder with their family

Sorry, but Zoom Judaism just isn’t the real thing

What Zoom provides is not real community. At the end of the day, digital fellowship is pyrite, also known as fool’s gold.

By RABBI ELI L. GARFINKEL/JTA
21/04/2021

Edelstein: Only way to deal with coronavirus outbreak is to lock down

JPost One-on-One weekly 'Zoomcast': Editor-in-chief Yaakov Katz with Health Minister Yuli Edelstein - Episode 1

07/01/2021
The poor man’s Passover prayer

Conservative Jews consider whether to make Zoom prayer permanent

Initially doing so at the start of the pandemic technically violated a 2001 decision by the Conservative movement’s Jewish law authority.

By BEN HARRIS/JTA
09/04/2021
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