When it comes to Syria, the conventional wisdom is that Israel’s best case scenario is the status quo. But Israel’s leading military strategists have surprisingly diverse opinions.6
The controversy over women’s right to pray at the Kotel is a modern issue. But its roots can be traced back to events that occurred almost two thousand years ago — only a few yards away.
For two Jewish Congressmen, the fierce debate over a U.S. strike in Syria has been an opportunity to take the lead on a matter they feel passionately about — albeit from opposing sides.5
When Mikhail Kivovich came to America from Belorussia in 1991, he knew he had relatives who had made the same journey decades earlier. But he had no idea how many — until recently.
Does Jewish culture need a central address in order to thrive? Not according to the people who work at the Foundation for Jewish Culture, which will close next year.
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