‘Death Panels’ Obscure Real End-of-Life Challenges

Even with the recent hue and cry during the health care debate over so-called “death panels,” Jewish experts on end-of-life issues say they have a tough time drawing attention to the real questions about medical interventions, care and spending in the final years and months of life.

A Bit of Flair With Their Frum

To outsiders, the long black coats worn by Haredi men might all look the same.

PETA’s Kaparot Protest: ‘Gelt, Not Guilt’

When he was alive, the Lubavitcher rebbe distributed dollar bills to encourage people to give tzedekah. Dollar bills were also distributed on the first day of the annual kaparot event in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights this year but not by the Lubavitchers.

Pressure Builds on Iowa Kosher Company

A congresswoman has joined with a host of national Jewish organizations to pressure a controversial Iowa kosher meat company to open up dialogue with the community in which it is located.

A New College in Jerusalem Imports a Liberal Arts Education for Palestinians

As freshmen in Polo shirts and jeans shuffled out of Anthony David’s “Language and Thinking” seminar, the American historian and writer approached a Palestinian girl with long brown hair and black-and-white sneakers.

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