Lilli Hornig, the Czech-born Jewish chemist who died on November 17 at age 96, showed interest in what the “Pirkei Avot” terms g’milut chasadim.
“The occupation registers predominately in the ways it makes life worse,” Daniel Witkin writes of a new documentary about the occupied territories.
“I am proud to be a German Jew,” Morali said.
Asmar’s Original Hommus may have been tainted with Listeria, a bacteria that can cause catastrophic infection in pregnant women.
Recently, the trolls came for me.
Krauss’s “Forest Dark” and Auster’s “4 3 2 1” won commendations for fiction alongside Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s Negev-set thriller “Waking Lions.”
The omission of the nonviolent aspect of Palestinian uprisings erases an important part of Israeli-Palestinian history.
As long as BDS advances unilateral economic warfare it is the obligation of those who oppose BDS to seek redress in properly constructed legislation.
2017 has been the year of women claiming agency — from the women’s march to Torah study.
In their zeal to demonize Israeli society, left-wing groups are willing to exonerate individuals who commit unacceptable acts.
Jews — remembering our history — should never embrace people who encourage bigotry against others.
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Hosting tons of guests for Thanksgiving weekend? We’ve got you covered for brunch.
This Thanksgiving, let us consider those women in the fields who have to choose between a paycheck or going to a workplace in which they face abuse.
Burning poultry excrement to combat climate change is a load of chicken poop.
The architecture firm behind the cemetery, Waugh Thistleton, was noted for its use of natural materials.
“We are still actively searching,” said his father.
The country has been living with tension and uncertainty for the last week, since the submarine was reported missing in the Atlantic Ocean.
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