Magazine Feature
Alter Mordechai Morel wasn’t supposed to live to his first birthday. But for the next 36 years, he defied the odds. Knowing any day could be his last, he made every minute count

By Malky Heimowitz

Magazine Feature
Jonathan Pollard dedicates the sefer Torah pledged in prison

By Binyamin Rose

Magazine Feature
How four Torah-observant doctors created a veritable blood bank for COVID research, and created a global kiddush Hashem in the process

By Yonoson Rosenblum

The Current
Former Citigroup executive Ray McGuire throws his hat in the ring for the New York City mayor’s race

By Yochonon Donn

The Current
Twenty years, 2,300 deaths, $1 trillion: what did the US achieve in Afghanistan?

By Omri Nahmias

"Instead of suggesting how to avoid getting thrown off planes, why not stress that flying is a great opportunity to follow the rules, be kind and courteous, and make a kiddush Has ...

By Mishpacha Readers

The Soapbox
Looking for systemic racism where it doesn’t exist won’t cure America’s real crisis

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Beat
"As France is shocked by authorities’ inability to deliver justice, the Halimi family will fight on"

By Mishpacha Staff

Off the Couch
“Fine, Doctor Harvard, but you’re dumber than you look"

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

Entering the world of the scientists, if but briefly, was a haven from insanity

By Yonoson Rosenblum

These are the easiest ever, moist and chewy, buttery blondies!

By Faigy Grossmann


By Esther Ottensoser

Family Diary
"Everyone keeps asking me if I look forward to seeing him again, and I don’t really feel like I do!”

By Shani Leiman