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Mike Jul 12
What are these Iran nuclear waivers that you keep hearing about? I recently discussed them with . Download the podcast for answers, here:
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JewishReviewofBooks Jul 15
Back in October, we reviewed Dara Horn's novel Eternal Life in our pages. Now Dara's joined our colleagues at to discuss what life would be like if it didn't ever come to an end.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 15
The convoluted case for special treatment of on the basis of international law can teach us a great deal about international-law claims against Israel in general. (via )
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 14
Are you Jewishly literate? 's latest cover story asks what 5 books you should read to be an educated Jew. Check out the answers from Ruth Wisse, , and a whole slew of other scholars, thinkers, and writers.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 14
Congratulations to our friend and teacher Rabbi Meir Soloveichik on his appointment to the 's new Commission on Unalienable Rights. We wish him the best of luck in this new position.
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Dr. Erika Dreifus Jul 12
In this week's compilation on My Machberet: Mirrors, windows, and . Jewish-publishing update from . on her latest novel. Debut novelist . And , z"l.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 12
The state of Haredi politics is more stable than it looks at first glance.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 12
Throughout the Hebrew Bible, there are strange floating dots above certain words and letters. What are they? (via )
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Mosaic Jul 11
What would you do if you could live forever? That’s the subject of novelist Dara Horn’s new book, and she joins our podcast to discuss it
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Ari Hoffman Jul 10
To understand Israel, you need to understand its ongoing cultural and religious revolution. I review 's vital new book for After Seventy Years, Israeli Judaism Is Settling In and Getting Comfortable -
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 10
One of Magazine's most prolific and recognizable cartoonists was raised in a shtetl. (via )
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 10
Would you want to live forever? In her latest novel, tells the story of a woman who can never die, and in doing so, pushes us to ponder the meaning of life, death, and family.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 10
From the beginning, sought to create a new kind of Jew. It has. (via )
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 10
Did you enjoy our podcast conversation with ()? Then you're sure to appreciate the incredible story of how a rabbi helped her sneak into . (via )
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Mosaic Jul 8
Guided by their faith in the Jewish people, more Haredim are integrating into Israeli society
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JewishReviewofBooks Jul 9
The last time Stuart Schoffman reviewed a book, the author wrote to say that the review should be bound in with the 2nd edition. Today, we meet Malcolm Cowley on the stairs, learn about Harvard’s first Hebrew teacher, and get a glimpse of young Schoffman.
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 9
as an "international city" is an idea weighted with far more truly "colonialist" baggage than an Israeli Jerusalem could ever be accused of. (via )
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 8
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Jeff Jacoby Jul 7
"The American Republic was born to the music of the Hebrew Bible,” write the authors of a striking new book. The Founding Fathers were influenced not just by Locke & Montesquieu, but also by the tales and teachings of the Old Testament. My Sunday column:
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The Tikvah Fund Jul 5
In pointing out the importance of the excavations to Americans, echoes President Lincoln's Secretary of State, William Seward. Read Rabbi Meir Soloveichik's latest in the :
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