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Parshat Shmini: Purity of the soul, restraint and humility

Kashrut is a significant part of Jewish identity. The basic principle of kashrut is that what a person puts into his body affects not only his physical health but the purity of his soul as well.

By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
08/04/2021

Holocaust online resource confronts difficult questions

Yad Vashem began the development of an online learning center, taking questions both from the original material and adding additional material to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center

A new tour book shows you The Jerusalem you’re looking for

In and Around Jerusalem for Everyone really is for everyone, whether you’re reading it on the trail or on your couch.

Should Israeli law be Jewish? - review

Where does the push for theocracy in the modern Jewish state come from?

By RABBI PROF. MARTIN LOCKSHIN
09/04/2021

The pain and the pride in remembrance days for Holocaust, fallen soldiers

There is pain, and there is pride, in both Yom Hashoah and Yom Hazikaron. Though our loss of six million beautiful souls – each of whom had a history, a home and hopes of a future.

With the end of the pandemic, comes the return of choice - opinion

A recent Pew study found that more than 50% of employees don’t want to return to office life.

10/04/2021

73+1 reasons why I love Israel - Opinion

Yes, there are imitations, but here is the original Jerusalem Post 17th straight year of new “Reasons I love Israel,” even though 2020 was a year of challenges.

Make Remembrance Day meaningful by visiting these memorial locations

Although Israel is a pretty young and geographically small country, it is home to countless sites and monuments created in memory of Israelis who lost their lives in service to the state.

By MEITAL SHARABI
09/04/2021

Pascale’s Kitchen: Roasted peppers on sourdough bread

I usually end up buying a big bag of each kind of pepper and then going home and pickling them all so that my pantry will be stocked with a large variety of flavors and colors to choose from as an addition to meals.

Wine Talk: Eat, drink and be merry

Perhaps the sagest advice of how to enjoy yourself on Yom Ha’atzma’ut was found on a 6th century BCE wine chalice discovered in Cyprus. 'Be Happy, Drink Well.'

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