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By DAVID GEFFEN
By ILAN CHAIM
By RALPH AMELAN
BY DAVID BEDEIN
By NEVILLE BERMAN
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
In the Haredi world, you do what your rabbi tells you to do.
By LINDA EPSTEIN AND ROBERT WIENER
Mouli Azrieli, beloved barman and owner of the acclaimed Fink’s bar, dies at 81
By MURRAY GREENFIELD
This annihilated Jewish community had a life and a history, and we wanted it to be remembered and not erased, remembered and not forgotten.
By ELI MANDELBAUM
David Roytman transforms Judaica into luxury fashion
By DANIEL BEN-TAL
The Jerusalem-based Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin helps conscripts get through the toughest time of their lives
By SHLOMO MAITAL
What is the science anyway? And what should we be doing, according to medical experts?
By RUBENS ZADEL
Olga Rubin, 31, became a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter at the age of 26, six months after the birth of her son.
By ALI EL AALLAOUI
Questions remains as to whether new peace deals will have a positive effect on future relations between the Arab world and Israel.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
Will the next administration learn the lessons of the past, understanding that projecting our viewpoints on a totally different civilizational perspective doesn’t work?
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
A struggle over public access to a brook that runs through a kibbutz blends political trauma, social pain, and uniquely Israeli hard feelings
By NEVILLE TELLER
The Commonwealth Jewish Council was created in 1982 by Jewish leaders from 16 commonwealth countries, but it now includes the Jewish communities of 37 countries.
By DAN BROOK AND RICHARD H. SCHWARTZ
Our climate crisis is the biggest social, political economic and environmental problem facing our planet and its inhabitants.
By MARK WEISS
The Abraham Accords usher in a new era, leaders proclaim
By LEN JUDES
South Africa has played and continues to play a role in the making of peace between Israel and the UAE.
By SHOSHANA TITA
The closing of the skies due to the COVID-19 pandemic afforded Israelis an opportunity to explore the alternatives to the famous Israeli wanderlust abroad.
By AVRAHAM GOLD
At this juncture we must ask ourselves: what is worth putting our life on the line each time we step out the door?
By STEVE LINDE
The slogan “Lashon Hara: Speak No Evil” has caught on like wildfire in Israel and around the globe, in languages from Arabic to Chinese.
We aren’t permitted to give more details about Galya Levy’s immense contribution to the State of Israel. But we can pay tribute to her by presenting the story of her life.
Corona viruses are very common. The common cold is one type.
By RABBI ITZCHAK ADLERSTEIN
“Today, many members of Haredi society understand that their responsibility extends beyond the boundaries of their own communities,” says Rabbi Yehoshua Pfeffer.
By RIKKI ROSE
The book explores questions of how anyone in the world today or in the future will be able to prove to the world that they are actually the Messiah.
By ERIC EDWARD BROWN
Drawing upon more than three decades as a Jewish educator and leader, Moments of the Heart evolved from a series of weekly Facebook video messages to an inspiring book.
By KAY WILSON
Sarah’s short life, far from perfect, is passionate and purposeful yet vulnerable and flawed.
By ILAN CHAIM
This historical novel by Matt Nesvisky, a former writer for both The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report, takes the reader on an emotional ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present day
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
An appreciation of an old-school journalist, who's death left a void in British and Jewish journalism.
By ARI KAHN
By ALAN ROSENBAUM, MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By MIKE GROPPER
By PROMO CONTENT
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
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