New Israeli Data Pointing Toward An Erosion of The Middle Class

Economists are bracing for an early warning about what toll the world economic crisis may be taking on Israel’s population.

Restricted: Visas Good for West Bank Only

Omar Rahman was on his way from America to a friend’s wedding in Jerusalem. The 25-year-old journalist, born and raised in Washington to parents of Palestinian descent, had visited the West Bank and Israel many times before, and although he was used to the four-hour wait at the border crossing, he had never encountered any problems.

‘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.

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