By Morris Allen
Sholom Rubashkin Is Free. Now He Must Redeem Himself.
When the cheering stops, and the visits to the Ohel come to an end, I hope that Sholom Rubashkin can find purpose and meaning in his life moving forward. It is tragic to spend one’s life behind bars for crimes committed. While the president has commuted his sentence, Sholom Rubashkin remains a convicted felon and…
I Was Blacklisted By Israel’s Chief Rabbinate
The first memory I have of my father, Harry S. Allen, sitting me down and telling me the facts of life was when I was 4 or 5. He told me in no uncertain terms that there were three things that one needed to do to live a decent and fully Jewish life: keep kosher,…
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In Case You Missed It
ירושלימער אויסשטעלונג: סאָוועטיש־ייִדישער קינסטלער תּנחום קאַפּלאַנס רושמדיקע בילדער פֿון ייִדישן לעבןJerusalem exhibit: Soviet-Jewish artist Anatoli Kaplan’s striking depictions of Jewish life
קאַפּלאַנס בילדער באַגלייטן די גרויסע ייִדישע ראָמאַנען „פֿישקע דער קרומער“, „סטעמפּעניו“ און „דער פֿאַרכּישופֿטער שנײַדער“.
Former Israeli cop on ‘former officers’ in Memphis and the failure of police reform
In Jerusalem neighborhoods bound together by terror, anger and trepidation about what comes next
Pop artist paints ‘Simpsons’ characters as Holocaust victims outside Milan Holocaust memorial