In an unsurprising New York Times guest essay, the founders of Ben and Jerry’s wrote that they “unequivocally support the decision of the company to end business in the occupied territories.”
No one likes to be in pain. But what if we stopped resisting it? Just for one day?
The collection is called “HaKol B’Seder,” which can be translated from Hebrew to mean both “Everything in the Seder” and “Everything is Fine.”
We spoke with the former chief rabbi of England about his vision for collective morality.
Two-thirds of Jews would vote for any Democratic candidate in the 2020 presidential election over Trump — including Bernie Sanders.
The peace negotiator told a haredi Orthodox magazine that he does not plan on returning to the administration but hopes Trump will be re-elected.
Preliminary figures show 944 bias incidents reported in New Jersey in 2019, the most violent of which was the shooting at a kosher supermarket.
A child chess prodigy, he kept himself sane in solitary confinement by playing chess in his mind: “I played thousands of games, and I won them all.”
The man was allegedly stabbed repeatedly outside of a synagogue in Monsey on his way to morning prayers.
A Foreign Policy profile of Zabulon Simentov uncovered some incredible stories.