Celebrity rabbi Shmuley Boteach isn’t tweeting about the biggest media event of his family’s life: His nephew is the subject of a major motion picture out next week from Warner Brothers.
Elie Wiesel, who passed away last Saturday, left behind a moral legacy that will continue to shape the world’s views on history, humanity and the danger of bigotry.
Donald Trump may have the full support of Jewish mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, along with his reported pledge of $100 million, but the New York billionaire might sorely miss several other Jewish Republican donors turned off by his views on immigration and minorities and his choice of words and tone.
Boldfaced Jewish names have lined up behind Donald Trump, but several Conservative movement stalwarts are withholding their support from the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach called Donald Trump “a phenomenal friend” to Israel, dismissing the presumptive Republican nominee’s previous claims of neutrality in peace negotiations with Palestinians as irrelevant.
For years, their bromance was a fairytale success story — a rising African-American political star and a charismatic populist Orthodox rabbi. But it all ended with their bitter feud over the Iran nuclear deal.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, who calls himself “America’s Rabbi,” is seeking to sell his mansion in suburban New York City. Boteach, the author of such books as “Kosher Sex” and “Kosher Adultery,” and his wife are asking $3.5 million for their eight-bedroom home in Englewood, New Jersey, according to NorthJersey.com. READ: What do…
In a brief audience at the Vatican Wednesday, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach urged Pope Francis to condemn current day anti-Semitism in Europe and acts of hatred directed at Israel.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie at a news conference alongside Jewish leaders including Rabbi Shmuley Boteach urged Congress to block the Iran nuclear deal.
Somewhere between Dr. Phil and Oprah Winfrey, Shmuley Boteach will stake his claim to TV talk show stardom. Alexandra Levine checks in with the rabbi as he nears the debut of ‘Divine Intervention.’