A Bridge for Jewish Life in Manashe

Today, we often talk about the gulfs between Jews and the need that Jewish identity has for new sources of bridge building. Whether it’s between tradition and modernity, Israel and the Diaspora, or haredi and hiloni, finding ways to overcome differences by creating new ideas and new structures is the only way to create a more »

Falafel #4 – EXCLUSIVE: Christiane Amanpore Interviews 1940s German Leader

Falafel #4 – EXCLUSIVE: Christiane Amanpore Interviews 1940s German Leader

  Editor’s note: In his day, Adolf Hitler was known to some as a genocidal monster and ravaged lunatic of an individual. But to others, he was a charismatic moderate leader of a party fundamentally interested in providing social services, like education. With exclusive access to an advanced new method developed by the Obama Administration–and more »

Aliyah Manifesto

A Manifesto of Aliyah 1. The question of aliyah is often considered a question of why to come. But whether it’s to live the “kingly dream,” as Herzl put it, to sacrifice and contribute, to find a lost sense of belonging, to dedicate a life to God, or to simply discover a new way of more »