Jewish Life in the Middle Ages

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Halacha: The Laws of Jewish Life

Halacha is the "way" a Jew is directed to behave, encompassing civil, criminal and religious law.

Conservative Judaism: How the Middle Became a Movement

The second-largest Jewish denomination in the U.S. maintains that Jewish law remains binding, but is open to adaptions that reflect modern realities.

The Life of Yitzhak Rabin

The slain Israeli prime minister was a military hero who embarked on a historic effort to bring peace to his country and paid for it with his life.