Jonathan Rosenblum is a columnist for the Jerusalem Post and Israeli director of Am Echad.
A Jewish family comes home to discover their house festooned with holiday lights.
Two observant Jews pool their efforts to bring antibody-rich, potentially lifesaving convalescent plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to others in desperate need.
How writing his biography and immersing myself in the life of Rabbi Weinberg changed my life.
A tribute to one of Aish HaTorah’s most inspirational members who passed away last week.
Society’s emphasis on the quality of life society is perverting our most basic moral intuitions.
After the tragic death of their son, Mark and Ellen Newman are doing everything possible to ensure no other parents suffer what they have.
Sometimes receiving a sign that God is orchestrating events can transform one’s life.
Why would anyone care if he’s dating a Gentile?
Rabbi Noah Weinberg connected to the Torah as “wisdom for living.”
One of the greatest Jewish philanthropists made sure to stay under the radar. What was behind his relentless drive?
A fitting tribute to Rabbi Weinberg’s extraordinary legacy.
We can strengthen Jewish unity by truly loving our fellow Jew.
After returning to Israel, why continue to mourn the destruction of the Temple?
Remembering Rabbi Noah Weinberg on his second yahrtzeit.
Such statutes create a dangerous precedent to outlaw other discussions as beyond the pale.
How should Jews react to the French ban on the public wearing of the burka?
Beinhart's indictment of today's Israel is a cartoonish pastiche, lacking the context of recent history.
Tiger Woods and the choices we make.
An assault on the concept of the sanctity of life.
What Jews under 35 feel towards Israel goes beyond apathy to outright resentment.
As strains of Islam arouse suspicion worldwide, there may be ramifications for the Jewish community too.
Jewish intellectuals -- then and now.
Free choice is humanity's "greatest gift," a gift that itself makes life worth living.
Would we really wish to live in a society in which no one gets angry when children are slaughtered?
These insane Jews embraced the disciples and followers of their ancestors' murderers and have been spit out by the Torah world.
There can be no greater joy than successfully answering the question, "Who are you?"
Britons have finally awakened to the fact that they have a serious problem in their midst.
Identification with the suffering of our fellow Jews is not automatic. It requires work.
The shiva for my father centered on the joy of his life, not his death.
Who says the theory of evolution is scientific?
Barbarians at the gates of Paris.
Europeans are not about to start singing, "We are all Israelis now," any time soon.
The day of the American Bicentennial was a crucial awakening for me as a Jew.
The openly expressed loathing for Israel and Jews among a large swath of Britain's elites is cause for concern.
Another unfortunate example of classical appeasement.
Mikey's story is not one of terrible suffering, but of faith and triumph.
"The problem is not that Jewish students lack the facts, it's that they don't care about them in the first place."
The ethicist of the NY Times gets it wrong.
Choosing to marry someone who shares the defining values of your life is not racist.
Are Jewish day schools undemocratic?
The Jewish world lost one of its greatest leaders, Rabbi Shach, whose concern encompassed every Jew.
Our situation has rarely looked so desperate.
There are special moments in life when we touch God's perfection. Here's one of them.
A Israeli hospital, founded on Jewish principles of kindness, has earned a reputation for the finest in patient care.
This was no replay of the infamous Terry Schiavo case. Everyone knew the patient wanted to live. Yet the hospital viewed those wishes as irrelevant.
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