News In Depth
Harold Rhode began his study of Islam nearly five decades ago. His prescription for the West? Never defend, never explain, and always go on the offense

By Machla Abramovitz

With a loving heart and an embracing kehillah, Dayan Rav Moshe Shtesel is rekindling chassidish souls that have gone cold

By Yisrael Kenig

The Rose Report
Has the Shin Bet locked away a Jewish terrorist or innocent teen?

By Binyamin Rose

Washington Wrap
The two don’t exactly like each other, but they are similar in at least two ways: a penchant for unpredictability and a tendency toward dramatics

By Omri Nahmias

Metro & Beyond
Naftali Bennett promises to spend big on the Diaspora to ensure a Jewish future

By Jacob Kornbluh

A Few Minutes With
New York State Assemblyman Walter Mosley on his emergence as a leading pro-Israel Democrat

By Jacob Kornbluh

Inside Israel
As Iran’s missile threat grows, IDF drills for three-front war

By Eliezer Shulman

On Site
If you think the world is too big, try visiting 25 cities across five continents in just three hours

By Malky Lowinger

Normal Like Me
“You told us not to give you a phone, even if you begged for one in the middle of the night”

By Ruti Kepler

Mexico City’s Orthodox Ashkenazic Jewish community doesn’t measure itself by its size, but by its ambition to grow its Torah institutions and thrive

By Binyamin Rose

5 out of 10

By Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin

Second Thoughts
The greater his popularity, the deeper grew the scorn

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

Off the Couch
The disaster of “15-minute psychopharmacology check-ins”

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

How does one become a leader in Klal Yisrael?

By Rabbi Aryeh Z. Ginzberg