Dafna Meir’s Very Orthodox Battle for Birth Control — Cut Short by Terror Slaying

Dafna Meir was more than just a devoted wife, mom of six, and victim of a terrifying terror attack in a West Bank settlement. Naomi Zeveloff reports she spearheaded a fertility awareness movement — and even ran a secret “diaphragm underground” for Orthodox women.


Michael Douglas and Natan Sharansky Make Odd Couple on College Pro-Israel Road Show

Michael Douglas, who grew up in a secular family, has embarked on a campus speaking tour with Natan Sharansky, the famed former Soviet dissident. Can these two very different figures team up to make skeptical college students support Israel?


U.S. Insists No Change in 'Made in West Bank' Labeling Order

The Obama administration made clear Thursday that a Customs reminder barring all products made in the West Bank and Gaza from being marketed in the United States under the label “Made in Israel,” does not indicate a change in American policy toward Israel.


How One Man Is Fixing New York City Schools

Shimon Waronker is implementing a new system in the schools he recently opened in the Bronx and Brooklyn.

My Disney Vacation Dilemma: Mickey Mouse or Jesus Christ?

Mickey Mouse or Jesus Christ? That was the choice I faced on a recent trip to Orlando to write a pair of stories – one about kosher vacationing at Disney World, the other about the biblical theme park Holy Land Experience.

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