BRONX, N.Y. (RNS) As other Jewish leaders worked diplomatic channels and wrote letters to the editor protesting the establishment of a convent at the ...
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The Hanukkah story is an account of a religious miracle, but in it lies another important message -- one that is inspiring some Jewish activists in th...
In this critical moment of confronting irreparable damage to our Earth, it's high time for Jewish leaders to stop wondering which climate-polluting projects may be in some short-term Jewish interest.
It is true that Judaism encourages giving and care for the needy and holds charitable practices in the highest esteem. But the most productive Jewish path for authentic activists is in the private sector.
As I waded through the sophisticated verbiage in the Judaism 2030 report, it dawned on me that the beauty of the Chabad approach is in its intimacy -- and simplicity.
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