A boozy, parsha-themed blog operates on the premise that the weekly Torah portion can best be appreciated when accompanied by a round or two.
A video by Israeli feminist organization Women of the Wall Nashot HaKotel reveals an Orthodox man ripping up a prayer book in protest of women reading at the Western Wall.
Rabbi Shulem Korn, an enterprising Orthodox Jew from Monsey, has made a name for himself conducting boisterous Torah parades in New York — turning otherwise sleepy streets into observant block parties.
The Yemeni government reportedly has imprisoned a Jewish man for allegedly helping smuggle a historic Torah scroll out of the war-torn country and into Israel.
Israel has brought in 19 Jews from war-ravaged Yemen in what immigration officials described as the last covert operation to move members of a dwindling Jewish community dating back two millennia.
A Torah scroll from the synagogue in the northern Italian town of Biella has been identified as probably the oldest in the world still owned and used by a Jewish community.
The Jewish community of the Polish city of Lodz received its first new Torah scroll since World War II, its rabbi said.
Laura Diamond used to think that Torah Study was for pious Jews who kept two sets of dishes and wore tallit 24/7. She was none of those things, but she gave it a shot anyways.
As a way of connecting her cooking to Judaism, Sarah Newman created a recipe to align with each week’s Torah portion. The results are as colorful as they are deliciously compelling.