Magazine Feature
No longer in the headlines, Ukraine’s battered Jewish communities struggle to survive

By Yaakov Lipszyc

Magazine Feature
Michael Freilich, the only Jew in Belgium’s parliament, stands alone facing this wave of anti-Israel sentiment

By Aharon Glickson

Magazine Feature
What if those old pairs of tefillin collecting dust could find a new home and give nachas to the neshamah at the same time?

By Tzvi Askal 

Knesset Channel
 Gallant's call to draft chareidim ensures paralysis and acrimony

By Avi Blum, ESQ

The Rose Report
Where are the US demands for a Hamas surrender and the unconditional release of all of the kidnapped hostages?

By Binyamin Rose

Halls of Power
We can be the difference at the polls. The question is: Will we?  

By Maury Litwack

Eye on Europe
Anti-Israel provocateur George Galloway exploits a gap in Labour to finagle a return to Parliament

By Yoni Klajn

The Current
“We all need to acknowledge that the world changed on October 7. Not only in Israel, but for Jews everywhere in the world” 

By Yaakov Lipszyc

Family First Serial
“I love it, Dini. I absolutely love it. You’re… you’re really on a roll with your ideas”

By Gila Arnold

A Heaping Scoop
When I make schnitzel, some of the crumbs fall off and remain in the pan, and then they burn and stick to the later pieces. Any advice?

By FamilyTable Contributors

Family Connections
She no longer viewed you as a person made b’tzelem Elokim, let alone a parent

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Cooks Compete
Crumbly, colorful, and deliciously sweet, sprinkle cookies transcend the barriers of age and time

By Family Table Readers

Tales of Treeo
“A little extra work that’s terrorizing the welcome house!” Eli says hotly. Squizzle shrieks in agreement. “What’s Mr. Teichman going to say when he finds out?”

By Bashie Lisker

Menu Pairing
Hosting a Purim seudah for approximately 30...lets plan it

By Rivky Kleiman