At first glance, KJ Dhaliwal and Sukhmeet Toor may be unlikely candidates to create the latest Jewish-themed dating app.
Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, has always been a holiday about enjoying the season, accepting human vulnerability and changing the world.
NEW YORK Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer exhorted the State Department not to send back to Iraq a trove of artifacts that belonged to its
Jews in the Swedish city of Gothenburg expressed relief on Monday after a neo-Nazi march on Yom Kippur
“The archive belongs to Jews of Iraqi origin, and not to Iraqis who persecuted, expelled and drove out their Jewish citizens.”
On Saturday, when Jews around the world will fast and gather in synagogues to pray on Yom Kippur, some young Jews will be coming together in the
“I was in a place of acknowledging how traumatized I was from so many years of doing battle in Orthodoxy.”
Bomb threats, a frozen Kotel compromise, Zionists banned from pride parades, neo-Nazis rising and hurricanes hitting—not a good year for the Jews.
“I had to ask the rabbi ‘Is this divine intervention? Does God not want me to get married?’”
Mike Tolkin apologizes for checking his phone as he sits down at a café in this city’s Flatiron district.