— Over 140 Jewish organizational leaders signed a letter encouraging Jewish institutions across the U.S. to support the goals of the Paris …
Jewish tradition teaches us that we do not own the land but rather hold it in trust for God and for future generations.
— President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will withdraw the United States from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate chang…
There’s a lot more Jewish philosophy than just Tikkun Olam, which can be interpreted very broadly.
In one arena Trump has been decisive, methodical and thorough to a degree that’s utterly out of character. That arena is climate change.
Of the many threats posed by the Trump administration, there’s one to which the Jewish community should pay most of its attention.
While I’ll be planting literal trees, I’ll also be planting ideas.
KAM’s program is an ongoing one based on Jewish principles, said its founder, Robert Nevel. He cited in particular Leviticus 25:23: “The land is mine, for you are strangers here.”
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On the shimmering Sea of Galilee, where the Christian gospels say Jesus walked on water, 150 Nigerian pilgrims aboard a river boat sing and dance to an African beat.