Magazine Feature
A journey of discovery with music producer and bandleader Mendy Hershkowitz

By Yisroel Besser

Magazine Feature
One year into a bitter war, Ukraine’s shluchim remain staunchly at their posts

By Riki Goldstein

Magazine Feature
A Purim production in 12 scenes

By Mishpacha Staff and Shmuel Botnick

The Beat
Nearly a quarter-century after Khomeini toppled the Shah to become a latter-day Haman, what are the next steps in the Israeli-Iranian confrontation?

By Gedalia Guttentag

Washington Wrap
When the US and the EU provide Ukraine with massive aid while Iran — and potentially China — back Russia, the question arises: Is this the Cold War 2.0?

By Omri Nahmias

A Few Minutes With
“Politics ain’t beanbags — it’s rough and tumble”

By Binyamin Rose and Maury Litwack

Knesset Channel
In justice reform controversy, Israel's Left is winning the battle of the narrative 

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Inside Israel
The name “Huwara” may be alien to most readers, but it’s a village located on Route 60, near Nablus, and serves as a main artery for the thousands of residents of communities such ...

By Dvir Amar

I was deep inside the story of the Megillah, delighting in words I hadn’t focused on for so long

By Aliza Radin

“If you plan on making Eretz Yisrael your permanent home, then my suggestion is do as the Israelis do and live outside of Yerushalayim”

By Mishpacha Readers

Words Unspoken
Don’t you want your son to learn to experience the simchah of Purim without relying on alcohol?

By Anonymous

The Moment
The chassidishe Yid in Scheiner’s depicted above is none other than the Dushinsky Rebbe himself

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Jr. Fiction
If only I’d focused on Moshe from the beginning, I could have made a great shalach manos already

By Tali Rosenfeld

For the Record
Recently, we asked some of our regular petitioners to participate in an online forum where they shared the “unique” story of their forebear

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer