I feel it’s time we graduated from bochurim trips to their grown-up version: shul expeditions
“My world changed entirely during that war. Nothing was ever the same again and the memories never fade”
Born diplomat Rabbi Marvin Hier advocates for his people
Their eyes met. In a single glance, his companion saw it all: the pain, the memories, the longing, the approaching end
Only Succos is referred to in our prayers as zeman simchaseinu — the time of our rejoicing
In military terms, Israel may have won the Yom Kippur War, but it was a costly victory
Widely regarded as the most influential early modern Hebrew textbook of the sciences, the book offered a revolutionary compilation of scientific material through the lens of Torah ...
We’ve all heard miracle stories of how tzaddikim could cure the deathly ill, but did they actually have medical prowess as well?
Two facts emerge that show how much worse the war could have been
Perhaps, this is why, as we conclude the final eight verses of the Torah, we dance exuberantly
I cannot change her—but I can change myself