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The challenges of raising two special-needs children from foster care and conflicting parenting styles proved too stressful for her husband. Devorah, however, was determined to proceed with adoption.
By LEVI COOPER
While Jewish law does not have a doctrine of binding precedent, there is still a notion of persuasive precedent.
By YAAKOV BAR-ON
It’s highly doubtful that anyone visiting Palmahim Beach a while back would have taken much notice of the two young women sitting on the sand together engrossed in conversation.
By KENNETH COLLINS
From the Russian Revolution to the earliest days of the State of Israel, a young man’s idealism and hard work continue to inspire today.
By ARI KAHN
2020 marks 300 years since we were gifted with the extraordinary Torah mind of the Vilna Gaon.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
A new museum of Bangkok’s notorious red-light district is the brainchild of a ‘culturally Jewish’ Austrian with a colorful family history.
By STEVE LINDE
A week after his victory, Johnson made an encouraging pledge to combat boycotts against Israel, saying it tends to be targeted with “nauseating frequency.”
By BRIAN SCHRAUGER
Mordechai Ben-Porat led an airlift of some 130,000 Iraqi Jews to Israel.
By MOSHE DANN
The most important question is why the Jews at Masada stopped fighting.
By LAURA BEN-DAVID
Our friends, when we told them of our plans, mostly thought we were nuts. “Why would you go to Egypt?” - “Aren’t you scared to go to Egypt?!”
By JERUSALEM POST IVRIT TEAM
שֶלֶג עַל עִירִי
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
“For me, Sinai is perfect because it’s a combination of desert and the sea,” she said. “Who needs more than the beach and a book?”
By BARBARA SCHIPPER
To understand how we’ve been led down a path to poor health let’s look at the influences that have been shaping our eating habits. We’ve been subjected to myths, untruths and misinformation.
By SUZANNE POLLAK
Halina Silber tells her story of being saved via Schindler’s list and rebuilding her life in America.
By BENJY SINGER
What olim say, happenings and turkey tips
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Will the most recent election lead to balancing out some of the latest trends so that conflict over the rule of law calms down a bit?
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
“Meditation was something I was aware of, but I hadn’t engaged in it at all at that time,” Jacobson-Maisels says.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Yiddish is doing a lot better than Hopi or Gaelic.
By BARRY DAVIS
“Twenty years! Hard to believe,” he beams when we meet in his airy office. “I look upon the festival as a child who was born and has grown up,” said Bnaya.
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
חוּטִים שֶל גֶשֶם
“We’ve had quite a few people from abroad come to play at the club,” notes Philippa Bacal, who has, basically, served as chief cook and bottle washer of the folkie enterprise for the past nine years.
By TZVI JOFFRE
The Taste of the World Festival, newly arrived to Jerusalem, felt similar to the Eurovision village in Tel Aviv for the international music festival earlier this year.
By DVORA WAYSMAN
By MEITAL SHARABI
What do see across the country.
By ARSHAD MEHMOOD / THE MEDIA LINE
Improved security control in face of terrorism shifts focus to country’s beauty, diversity
By ORA CUMMINGS
By RAYMOND S. SOLOMON
By SHAUN TOMSON
By SHLOMO MAITAL
By MORDECHAI BECK
By BARRY DAVIS
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
By ZACHARY KEYSER
By JUSTIN CHANG / LOS ANGELES TIMES
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