jerusalem report

Book Review: The taming of the British Jew

Tuvia Tenenbom has made his name with a series of best-selling books in which he relates his encounters with an impressively large number of people in several countries.

Historian deconstructs Mengele in new book

Historian David G. Marwell seeks to answer the question of what made the German doctor a byword for evil.

By TIBOR KRAUSZ
08/04/2021

The joy and reality of Bar Mitzvahs

How it really was: The unbroken chain of Jewish tradition in the howling wilderness

Israel enjoys a baby boom, but the West is aging

Israel – baby boom; Western world – baby bust

By SHLOMO MAITAL
08/04/2021

Bus stories: Building friendships with drivers

Though I had been writing the bus stories for a few years already, they were truly gaining momentum now.

By DAVID JABLINOWITZ
08/04/2021

Solomon Souza follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, F.N. Souza

Following in his footsteps: F.N. Souza would have been proud of the legacy he bequeathed to his grandson, Solomon Souza

By RUTH CORMAN
08/04/2021

Historic Judean archeological discoveries a 'wake-up call'

Judean treasure: IAA director calls historic finds ‘a wake-up call’

The biblical tale of friendship of five rabbis

True friendship: The rabbinical quintet of Bnei Brak

By MORDECHAI BECK
08/04/2021

A page of poetry by Jerusalem Report readers

This is the latest batch of poems from readers, received ahead of the Passover festival.

Jewish family’s imagined lost correspondence

Letter to my Tatte, a writer's collection of imagined letters between a family members long lost.

By PESSY KRAUSZ
08/04/2021
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