Is the Holocaust indeed the driving force of ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities such as mine?
Despite their numbers and importance, the ultra-Orthodox are Israel’s biggest sociological mystery.
It’s like pledging never to buy German products; as a Jew, why shouldn’t I enjoy my German-made dishwasher?
Temple Emanu-El, an iconic synagogue in Manhattan, is the site of the latest drama in tensions between American Jews and Israel’s rabbinate.
A rabbi-approved navigation device for a strict Hasidic sect.
“The way things are now, the writing’s on the wall — this is gonna end in bloodshed.”
No matter what we do, how we dress, we stand out as other, as different, as ‘less than’ in my brother’s world.
African diamond mine owner Dan Gertler was revealed in the Paradise Papers as having received a shady $45 million loan to get a Congo mining contract.
Israeli academics are petitioning against separate-sex programs. They’re not helping Orthodox communities, or their host universities, they argue.
“They attacked me, so as a soldier, a civilian, I defended myself as I would in any other situation,”