The Ukrainian Revolution’s Unlikely Street-Fighting Rabbi

Natan Khazin led a Jewish squadron of fighters in the revolution that rocked Kiev’s central square. Meet the yarmulke-wearing IDF veteran and ordained rabbi.

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New Generation of Rabbis Sees and Speaks Israel

A recent study showed that rabbis are afraid to talk about Israel from the pulpit. Can trips  like last week’s Breaking the Silence tour of Hebron change that reality?

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Free Pollard. It's the Left-Wing Thing To Do.

The campaign to release convicted spy Jonathan Pollard is known as a right-wing cause. But Anna Momigliano lists five reasons why the left should get on board.

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6 Things To Remember on Quebec Election Day

As citizens of Quebec prepare to vote for a new provincial government, Anne Cohen explains what’s at stake for Jews —  not just up north, but everywhere.

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Can You Hear Us? Some organizations rely too heavily on self-promotion.

This Oped Will Not Tell You How Great We Are

The public communication of most Jewish organizations is all about naked self-promotion, writes Ken Gordon. But what if those organizations changed from being boosters to educators?

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