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The recent breakdown in the latest round of peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians is no surprise.
American and British Jewish communal institutions alike are presently grappling with the question of what to do with the "evil son" - he who, in the words of the Passover Haggadah, "by divorcing himself from the community...denies our very essence."
Executive Director Yizhar Hess of the Masorati Jewish movement in Israel protested, Sunday, the seizure of chametz in Jerusalem's Old City , initiated by Jerusalem City Councilman Aryeh King under a law that bans the marketing of chametz during Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
On an early Friday afternoon in November of last year, I spoke on the topic "Zionism and the Renaissance of Judaism" before a senior condominium community in Delray Beach, Florida.
In every generation arises those who would destroy us, but the Holy One saves us from their hands.
The Church's Hidden Jewishness: Hebrew thinking in a Greek world. a review of In the Shadow of the Temple: Jewish Influences on Early Christianity by Oskar Skarsaune Some scholars see the development of early Christian thought and practice as a series of Hellenizing moments, as Christianity became increasingly less Hebraic and more Greek.
The recent article by Eva Illouz in Haaretz on the seemingly intractable problems faced by Jewish Intellectuals raises a number of critical issues for our understanding of Judaism when seen through Sephardic lenses.
Rabbi Meir Soloveichik's tour of the Temple Mount was cut short this morning when violent rioting broke out at the holy site.
Even before my first day on the job, 44 years ago, as I was stocking up at a supermarket for my new residence, a soon-to-be congregant approached me in the parking lot.
Jerusalem police have limited Muslim access to the Temple Mount again Sunday, after Arab youths attempted to riot yet again at Judaism's holiest site.
When Rabbi Marc Soloway is troubled, he goes to the goats. It's a short walk to the Jewish goat-milking co-op in his semirural neighborhood, and when he cradles a kid in his arms, his face radiates joy.
Michah Yoseph Berdichevski, one of Zionism's most prolific and outspoken rebels, is a modern heir to Elisha ben Avuyah.
Almost two millennia ago, the Jewish people apparently knew more about the hereditary bleeding disorder of hemophilia than anyone else did at that time.
Egypt has foiled an attempt to smuggle out of the country Jewish antiquities used during religious ceremonies, the antiquities ministry said on Friday.
In this March 21, 2013 photograph, St. Philips's members John Jungkind, left, holds hands with wife Lynda, while Rabbi Marshal Klaven, director of rabbinic services for the Goldring-Woldenberg Institute for Jewish Life in Jackson, in the background offers blessings of the family as he begins his Passover pilgrimage across the South by leading ... (more)