He’s baaaack, or at least that’s how it appears at first glance.
If the exit polls are to
“A king invited his children to a banquet for a certain number of days. When the time arrived for them to take their departure he said, ‘Children, I beg of you, stay one day more with me; it is so hard for me to part with you!’”—Rashi (Vayikra 23:36)
I have two 12th graders. This Shemini
After 10 years of failing to reach an agreement on the Israel-Lebanon maritime border, Prime Minister Yair Lapid has announced that an accord has been reached, calling it a “historic achievement.”
The agreement is highly controversial for a number of reasons, including that Israel essentially ceded
The latest exchange in the ongoing battle between Yeshiva University and the YU Pride Alliance, a student LGBTQ
In the past few months, there has been a rise in the number of terrorist attacks against Israelis carried out by gunmen belonging to, or associated with, the Palestinian Authority (PA) and its ruling faction, Fatah. These two bodies are headed by one man: Mahmoud Abbas, who has zero compunction about his loyalists murdering and wounding
There are many reasons to be proud of the Jewish community in Bergen County. There are extraordinary chesed organizations, beautiful shuls overflowing with congregants, and outstanding schools filled with Torah learning.
There is another, sometimes overlooked, reason why we should be proud.
In a recent episode of Disney’s “Tehran” thriller, an Israeli spymaster (played by Glenn Close) advises one of her operatives trying to make a deal with an
Historian David McCullough won a Pulitzer Prize for “Truman,” his biography of President
From the media to Capitol Hill, the Jewish community is well-accustomed to double standards on Israel — including in regard to the latest Gaza operation. But there is another conflict zone with similar dynamics that should also be on New Jersey Jews’ radar.
With the U.S. recently authorizing $1 billion in additional security assistance for Ukraine and
By David Suissa/Jewish Journal via JNS.org
Imagine that you run an
As our sad commemorations of the two destructions of Jerusalem and the Holy Temples intensify with the approach of the fast of Tisha B’Av on
In the years following World War II, German pastor Martin Niemöller, in his speeches around the world, uttered words that became