Magazine Feature
Intrepid educators share today’s most pressing classroom challenges — and how they confront them

By Barbara Bensoussan

Magazine Feature
How Dutch consul Jan Zwartendijk saved thousands of Jews

By Libi Astaire

The Current
"I was as surprised as anyone that the entertainer-turned-president has proven himself to be a national hero under fire"

By Vladislav Davidzon

The Current
Years of Western appeasement and Putin’s own imperialistic worldview made conflict inevitable

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Current
"It is not at all too late. Everyone understands that Russia can capture Kyiv — but then what?"

By Omri Nahmias

The Current
Israel is keenly aware of what it means to do all the giving and get nothing in return

By Binyamin Rose

The Current
The dedicated rebuilders of Jewish communities in Ukraine are facing the biggest challenge of their lives

By Eliezer Shulman

The Beat
 "We dropped the ball for too long, but now we’re galvanized"

By Gedalia Guttentag

A stir-fry, for crying out loud. In recipe-developer-land, did no one let slip that a stir-fry is a combination food?

By Elisheva Appel

"Are the modern-day Zevuluns shortchanging their eternal profits as they scrimp in their support of today’s Yissachars?"

By Mishpacha Readers

Follow Me
Deena felt blood rushing to her face. No, Miri. No! You didn’t just imply to the audience that I copy recipes. How could you?

By Esty Heller

The Moment
Rav Reisman conceded that truthfully, these men were the real source of chizuk

By Mishpacha Staff

A triangle, just the shape of the tip of the iron — and it tells a different story

By Batya Zuckerman

The Lens
The trip wouldn’t have so much to do with the past, yet everything to do with the present and future

By Dovi Safier