The Four Questions were not always said as we say them today.
It’s a family dinner, but with pedagogy built in.
A young man answered my call for cleaning help; he biked fifty miles because he couldn’t afford the bus ride.
Haman was the first to cry “dual loyalty” against the Jews.
It’s time to debunk some of these “fairytale” notions about Purim.
Tevye would be pleased.
Miriam Camerini is an Italian actress pursuing an Orthodox rabbinical degree.
He sees himself as the modern-day Roman Vishniac.
Two of Brussels’ four downtown synagogues have closed — alongside its Maimonides School.
Even in death, the battle does not end over religion.
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