It’s international siblings day, so we ranked biblical siblings from most-to-least horrifying.
“Ki beiti beit tefillah yikarei l’chol ha-‘amim — ‘may my house be a house of prayer for many nations.’ We were not formed as a theocracy.
A car swerved in front of him to keep him from leaving. “That’s when things got really scary,” Yehudah Webster said.
“Thank goodness Rabbi Diamond and Sandy (who took the photo) are safe,” the Facebook post read. “Please, follow instructions and stay safe.”
A man in Louisville, Kentucky, was arrested after he stole a Torah scroll from Jewish Hospital.
A backpacker leaving Israel for Jordan through the Allenby Crossing was caught with the 14th century parchment.
Sara Atkins talks about how her Judaism, and the Lubavitcher Rebbe, inspire her activism.
Peter Kavinsky shows how strong male characters can be unapologetically, fiercely emotional.
Don’t you know your Genesis, Mr. Manafort?
Our problems began when a vocal minority insisted that classic Torah commentators are always right, in spite of undeniable evidence to the contrary.