Though the Orthodox rabbinate remains all-male, some Orthodox women have assumed para-rabbinic roles such as rabbinical advocates, family purity experts, and synagogue leaders. Read more
When the Emperor Constantine ruled Jerusalem he allowed Jews to come into the city and pray at the Western Wall on one day every year: Tisha B'Av, the anniversary of the destruction of the Temple. Read more
This savory combination of fried eggplant, hard-boiled egg, hummus, Israeli salad, and assorted condiments is stuffed into a pita and drizzled with tahini sauce and amba. The dish is now a favorite all over Israel. Read more
On the 9th and 10th of the month of Av in the year 70, the Roman legions in Jerusalem smashed through a fortress and into the Holy Temple and set it afire. In the aftermath, many Jews believed that Judaism itself was shattered beyond repair. Read more
I thought I would share with our readers here a little of what I shared with the students in our office. Having taught high school history for ...
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The following is the first in a three-part series on how to help safely navigate the world of social media with your kids from Sue Scheff, a mother, a...