For Masha Gessen, the Moscow-born author and Vladimir Putin’s biographer, Trump is an aspiring autocrat.
AIPAC’s website boasts of its African-American outreach program, and it frequently sponsors events and Israel trips for African-American leaders.
For a young writer, Bruce Jay Friedman — who has passed away at the age of 90 — was more than just a role model.
Friedman maintained her belief in God even after seeing her cousin shot to death in a Nazi concentration camp.
Free speech and open debate are important values, but human life is more important.
“If I can believe what I’ve been teaching all these years, that each moment is a magic moment, I’m starting again,” Munzner said.
The study, of 800 medical workers and first responders, is the first controlled study of using the drug to prevent infection.
It is unusual for a congressman from a party in a state’s delegation to endorse a primary challenger of a colleague.
Emmanuel Levinas described Judaism as a “religion for adults,” one focusing on our obligations towards others as opposed to our own self-interests.
The rabbis understood that living in a society permeated by a toxic ideology requires us to actively and frequently negate the dominant culture.
Garcetti, who is Jewish, said in a press conference that those savings would go towards “reinvesting in black communities and communities of color.”
The opinion section of any publication, including this one, at its best, is a contemporary page of Talmud, animated by profound disagreement.
Where businesses are constantly looking for “competitive advantage” or “market distinction,” our nonprofit organizations need to do the opposite.
At the 8-second mark, the clip features a singer breaking into an enthusiastic refrain — “Tasim l’olam!”
Though the film can be artfully unrefined it holds together as a character study of an under-examined breed of abuser.
You can’t say Black Lives Matter and let homelessness fester
A Los Angeles synagogue found itself having to deny misinformation about the George Floyd protests after a rumor spread by the White House.
“That I can’t fix everything doesn’t relieve me of the obligation to go to Washington and try,” he explained, referring to a Talmudic saying.