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This afternoon, an event will take place in Yitzhar in support of the yeshiva, now a military base.
Were we to eliminate all the divisions between us tomorrow, we would likely create new ones the very next day. Faith, moreover, is not something one simply turns on and off like a light. And finally, given religion's tremendous power, it would be a
Enter a new dating service, especially designed to serve ultra-Orthodox just like her. It's called "Shidducation" rooted in the Yiddish (and Hebrew) word for matchmaker, but ending with a modern lilt. The founder, 26-year-old Eli Postavsky, studies
Members of a Jewish congregation will gather Tuesday April 15 for the second night of Passover , joining with members of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, at 6200 N. Charles St., where both congregations worship, to share the stories,
Rabbi Harvey Belovski told congregants last week that the rabbinical court had ordered him to stop a practice that he had initiated last year, in which women carried the Torah scroll around their section of Golders Green Synagogue on Shabbat mornings
Each time we hear of yet another heart-wrenching and infuriating agunah story , we tend to point an accusing finger at the Jewish legal system that has created these circumstances, in which spiteful, angry husbands can cynically abuse the divorce
We the Rabbinate of NSW do not necessarily agree that the amending of Section 18C and 18D is entirely a bad thing, he wrote. It would be in all our interests were you to consult with the NSW rabbinate and others about these delicate moral and ethical
He has taught at Brandeis, Vassar College and the New School for Social Research...He is the author of a biography of Mordecai Kaplan, Judaism Faces the Twentieth Century, and has co-edited, with Emmanuel Goldsmith, Dynamic Judaism: The Essential
I believe in books and that Benjamin Franklin was right when he said the library is the greatest American institution. I am a library evangelist and was delighted to be in Los Angeles for the It Happens Every Spring: Annual Library Lunch at Stephen W.
The Orthodox social justice group Uri L'Tzedek will participate in a rally to request greater state oversight of a New York school district with a majority of board members who are haredi Orthodox Jews. The rally on Tuesday is protesting the