The Bloody Price of Freedom is the product of years of work and countless sources cited for accuracy and transparency
Matthew Teller’s “Nine Quarters of Jerusalem” is a love letter to people of the Old City, emphasizing worldliness over spiritual reflection.
Were France’s Jews in the 1500s more integrated than previously thought?
Was there a massacre or a battle, with many fewer killed civilians than portrayed?
Despite its elisions and hyperbole, The Israeli Century is an extensive and substantive assessment of Jewry’s contemporary homeland-Diaspora dynamic.
The title of this new book, Who By Fire: War, Atonement, and the Resurrection of Leonard Cohen, by Matti Friedman, references what is considered the most important prayer in the Yom Kippur liturgy.
If one quality in particular imbues the pages of Who by Fire, Who by Water (From the Diary of a Holocaust Survivor), it is the immediacy that Goldmann-Gilead brings to his account of his life
‘The Hidden Saint’ features a heroic rabbi battling demons.
The book helps appreciate struggling to get to Israel versus ‘window seat-style arrivals.’
The Old City’s four quarters reflect its holiness for different peoples.