A little less bar, a little more mitzvah.
It's not our Intelligence Quotients that count, but our Righteousness Quotients.
In 1942, Pierre, a French Jew, abandoned God. Then the Six Day War happened.
The best way to honor Holocaust victims is to celebrate the Judaism they wish they could have celebrated.
As strains of Islam arouse suspicion worldwide, there may be ramifications for the Jewish community too.
Down syndrome isn't preventing Danielle Magady from leading the typical life of a teenager.
Passover is the holiday of freedom. After 22 years, isn't it time?
The disintegration of the American Jewish community and how to reverse it.
She finds the strength to feed Israel's poor by feeding her own soul.
A father's letter to his two children who are dating non-Jews.
Anti-Semitism has leapfrogged from isolated attacks against Jews to incitement to genocide -- the actual elimination of the Jewish state.
Magnetic, spiritual, ancient and contemporary -- a Torah scroll connects Jews of every stripe to every other Jew of the past, present and future.
Amazing how one person changed my life, without even meeting her face to face.
Assimilation and cultural renaissance: two sides of the same coin of American Jewish life.
One of the liveliest Shabbat dinners we hosted was with a group of deaf teenagers.
Steve Reich at 70: A Personal Reminiscence
These insane Jews embraced the disciples and followers of their ancestors' murderers and have been spit out by the Torah world.
I was looking at myself by looking at others.
An interview with Rabbi Michael Schudrich, Poland's Chief Rabbi.
Without warning, anorexia kidnapped my 15-year-old daughter.
The Puah Institute provides fertility counseling and assistance for couples throughout the world.
You're descended from a long line of idealistic heroes and heroines.
I told my kids that the two most important things are Jewish education and the State of Israel. How was I to know that they were actually listening?
For the Jews of Soviet Russia who celebrated nothing else, Simchat Torah was enough to transmit the full weight of what it means to be a Jew.
It doesn't take a war for a country to unite and feel like family. There's always Sukkot.
People can change. Meet Avraham Sinai -- a former Shi'ite from Lebanon who converted to Judaism.
Three weeks ago I did something I have never ever done before. I danced at a cemetery.
Although there may be no real solution at hand, here are two important points about this last war.
Peace in Israel is possible, but ultimately not through the force of arms.
The Iran-Hezbollah axis is the greatest threat to world peace, to Jewish survival, to Western values, and to civilization.
As immigrants who chose to live in Israel, we came to immerse ourselves in the great pride of our nation, as well as its great pain.
Identification with the suffering of our fellow Jews is not automatic. It requires work.
After 20 years of story telling, the realization hits that it was at someone else's expense.
The best defense to the ambitious "Jews for Jesus" missionary campaign.
Don't let what happened to me happen to one more single person.
My family has been in Britain for 350 years. Perhaps it is time for a change.
The shiva for my father centered on the joy of his life, not his death.
Daniel touched those who knew him with his passion for life, family, Judaism and Israel. His short life can still touch yours.
Maybe, just maybe, Judaism -- Jewish belief and practice as prescribed by the Jewish religious tradition -- is the key to Jewish continuity.
The fears I had about putting my daughter in a Jewish day school were fears I really had for myself.
My daughter is a unique individual, not a diagnosis.
After the horrific murder of Ilan Halimi and three subsequent anti-Semitic attacks, pressure to flee growing for some, and dismissed by others.