Pressuring, pigeonholing and shaming the Women’s March from the outside only serves to keep us further apart.
Like the Orthodox Shabbat laws, each prohibition is actually liberation. Whether you believe in God or not.
For some ultra-Orthodox Jews, Thanksgiving means a pre-Shabbat feast with family and friends. For others, celebrating Thanksgiving is forbidden. Why?
It’s next year in Midtown for the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbeine’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Whiskey rocks for your kiddush club member friends — and bagel guillotines for your cream-cheese-and-lox aficionados.
Three of the officers were attacked with a knife. Other officers shot and seriously injured the attacker. A fourth was injured by the live fire.
The shotgun used to kill the victims was bought at a Walmart store in Republic, Missouri, a few days before the shooting.
The resolution says it “supports the right of Americans to freely exercise their religious beliefs and rejects all forms of terror and hate.”
She is accused of ordering some $96,000 worth of private meals from high-end restaurants rather than using the residence’s cook to prepare meals.
“This group reached a bipartisan agreement — did I hear the word bipartisan? Did I hear that word?” Trump said.
FBI figures show high levels of reporting of anti-Semitic vandalism and property damage, and relatively few violent incidents.
Why is making ‘cholent’ a boys’ club activity, all of a sudden?
‘I was captivated by Judaism’s focus on how to live and behave in this world, not merely on how to get into the next one.’
“It was emotionally exhausting to be in school today,” one student said. “The hate in this school is bigger than us.”
Sheryl Sandberg sought damage control to avoid regulation, so she tried to make George Soros, an easy target, a face of the anti-Facebook movement.
Sometimes we forget that talking about the Holocaust is a relatively new thing for most Americans.
His family contacted the police over several worrisome comments, including that the synagogue victims “deserved it.”
Who needs Cinderella when we have the Talmudic story of ‘Lichluchit’?
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