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On the observance of our kashrut laws there should never be a compromise, but who has oversight is up for debate.
By JACOB SIVAK
As in the case of Baghdad Diaries, none of the accounts I have seen refer to the long history and extraordinary efforts made by the Iraqis to develop such weapons.
Many Facebook posts fly by me, but this one, about brides, ignited a memory for me, of two good deeds that juxtaposed around the topic of wedding gowns.
By SYBIL KAPLAN
Methuselah remains in his permanent home in the Arava Institute research park on Kibbutz Ketura.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN AND STEVE LINDE
At 100, Shmuel Mikulincer still does all he can to stay alive and well.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Over the past 17 years, The Julius Stulman Foundation, which Steve established, has been supporting numerous grass-root communities and organizations.
By MORDECHAI BECK
Jean Mayer’s studio on Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, which displays some unique pieces of her works, is open for visitors to enjoy and appreciate.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
What have we learned from these 676 bleak days since the first coronavirus case in Israel was diagnosed?
By PAULA SLIER
In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, a woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
By DANIEL DANA
Hasan Irlu was Iran's envoy to the Houthis in Yemen. Abdulreza Shalai is an IRGC officer who was Qasem Soleimani's deputy and who is wanted by the US. Are they the same person?
By ROSA DE VRIES
He is a Muslim and a Zionist. He stands for Israel and the Jews. He literally fights our battle.
By STEVE LINDE
Livne was born in Budapest and spent his childhood in Novi Sad, Serbia. He life was spent in a long and distinguished career.
By RAYMOND APPLE
Unlike ancient Sparta, where the elderly were expected to go off somewhere and vanish, gray power can still contribute to society.
By DVORA WAYSMAN
The choices we make in life are critical to our happiness and our future.
Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
Rafi Dobrin sometimes overstated his case, but he made many salient points, which – like him – are worthy and worth remembering.
By DAVID ZE’EV JABLINOWITZ
A chance encounter shows the unified nature of the Jewish people
By ESTHER CAMERON
Through the Prism is a work in which personal response and creativity express themselves
By Isabel Berman
Center Stage will be holding a silent auction fundraiser prior to Valentine’s Day.
The Oud Festival again proved itself a true expression of multi-cultural living.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
All Kippalive want, like everyone else, is for the pandemic to retreat so they can start giving concerts again.
“The proof of the pudding is in the eating.”
By Lewis Regenstein
Christians should be aware that, whoever killed Jesus, if this tragedy had not happened they would have neither their religion nor their Salvation.
This is the inside story of Israel’s moon lander.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Assad’s survival may be agreeable to Israel for the same reason his Arab brethren are legitimizing the man they once demonized: Bashar Assad is the devil they all know.
By ARI KAHN
By ALAN ROSENBAUM, MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
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