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The Unique Phenomenon of the IDF's Lone Soldier

What motivates young men and women from all over the world to volunteer for military service so far from their homes?

Who are the Jewish US Supreme Court Justices?

The first Jew was Louis Brandeis, appointed in 1916. Less than a century later, Jewish justices would hold three of the nine seats on the bench, astounding considering that Jews represent only 1.8% of the U.S. population.

The Mishnah: Writing Down Jewish Law

With the destruction of the Second Temple, the rabbis feared for the survival of Jewish life and practice. The Oral Law was written down for the first time to ensure it would always endure.

Is the Vatican Hiding the Menorah?

What happened to the menorah, the iconic Jewish symbol that once stood in the First and Second Temples?

7 Things An American Pickle Gets Right about Judaism

Surprisingly, Seth Rogen's film gets a number of things right about Judaism and the Jewish immigrant experience.

The Top 10 Most Elite Units of the IDF

An inside look at Israel's extensive special forces keeping its citizens safe.

The Origins of Antisemitic Conspiracies

Antisemitic ideas in America today and the conspiracy theories that drive them.

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