‘In that answer, one visionary CEO with willpower recognized another’
Observance of Jewish law is complicated, personal and private.
Anti-Trump Jewish groups are silent about the real threat of Islam.
It’s not “free exercise” if laws mean keeping your faith costs a fortune.
Terror fear is the ‘catalyst’
Smearing Steve Bannon as a racist while ignoring Iran’s genocidal intentions is dangerous.
Violations of religious freedom don’t discriminate.
The movement is in need of a re-branding.
Activists want to not pray at a Wall resembling the synagogues they don’t pray at.
Where else can we find synagogues and mosques within sight of each other, serving the same communities?
The divisive nature of contemporary politics has spread into the Jewish Community, where the loudest, most partisan voices tend to drown out reasoned discussion.
‘I can be myself here’
Highlighting that someone is a Jew by choice is like saying someone is your neighbor’s ‘adopted daughter.’
‘All praise for you Allah’
‘There is a sense of fear in the streets’
Devout Pilgrims Started Thanksgiving And Americans Still Celebrate It Nearly 400 Years Later
Most of the women clergy associated with the Open Orthodox Yeshivat Maharat seminary explicitly identify as feminists.
Terror groups declare a ‘day of rage’
If Jewish Americans do in fact value life, the past, and individual responsibility, seize upon the right to bear arms
A card featuring a cackling Jew was probably a bad idea