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The sorrow that flooded France was not about one wounded structure, but about a nation’s lost soul.
The holiest day in Judaism.
The single fruit is green and about the size of a large plum, and therefore far smaller than the fruit grown in Israel, Morocco and Italy for export during the holiday.
Listen to each other on Israel’s nation-state debate
By AVI WEISS
The Jewish time that is about to bring us to the High Holy Days – the Days of Awe – is intended to introduce an external perspective into our daily routine.
By YEDIDIA STERN
Let’s celebrate Israel by arguing passionately about the Zionist ideas – and acting boldly, creatively, Jewishly, memorably.
By GIL TROY
Life’s capriciousness should teach us humility, the ephemerality of power should give us strength.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Observing Independence Day, Jerusalem Day and Remembrance Day as real Israelis were among the high points of my family’s first year here and continue to be so.
By ZIONA GREENWALD
Let’s take it from the theoretical to the practical.
By WARREN GOLDSTEIN
They were a small group – most Jews had lost their faith in a God who they believed abandoned them; yet these religious Jews were an important part of ghetto life, their story deserves to be told.
By ELI KAVON
Sukkot is unique in that the Torah describes both how the holiday was celebrated in the past, as well as a prophetic vision for how it will be observed in the future.
By TULY WEISZ
Jonah’s story tells us that when we avoid our task, prefer separation to connection, and spread discord throughout the world, there always comes a storm.
By MICHAEL LAITMAN
Kan, the public broadcasting station, is now over 100 days old.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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